Okotoks Physical Therapy (OPT) has been serving the Okotoks and Foothills region since 1994. We are the only clinic in Okotoks that have contracts to treat both Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and Alberta Community Physiotherapy Program (ACPT) clients. Our patrons include the General Public, Athletes, Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) patients, and those who fall under the WCB and ACPT programs.

Our Physical Therapists have experience in orthopaedics, manual therapy and acupuncture. We endeavor to provide our clients with best practice/ research based treatment methods, and encourage our clients to become fully engaged in their rehabilitation.

The ACPT program is under the authority of Alberta Health Services (AHS), and allows us to treat clients who have had a surgical procedure, fracture, or who under certain criteria are considered low income. A limited number of treatments are covered at no cost to the patient.

“OPT” for your health!

Neil Hergott received his B. Sc. PT from the University of Alberta. He has obtained his Part B Orthopaedic level in Manual Therapy, and certification in Medical Acupuncture and Functional Dry Needling and continues to take courses in multiple disciplines to stay current with new and innovative treatments. A native of Edmonton, Neil moved to the foothills region with his wife Dianne and children Braden, Carmen and Dana. He has worked with Alberta High School sports teams in addition tp individuals and athletes at both an amateur and professional level, including the NLL Calgary Roughnecks since 2008.  In his spare time Neil enjoys working out, fishing, hiking and skiing.

Ashley Humphrey, MScPT, BSc, CAFCI.  Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Saskatchewan.  She continued her studies at the University of Alberta, where she graduated with her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy.  She has continued her education by taking courses in Acupuncture, Functional Dry Needling, Manual Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation.  Her experience in the hospital setting has fueled her interest in injury and disease prevention and General Health promotion.  She stays active with her husband and 2 girls, while enjoying bike riding, swimming, hiking and year round activities that the mountains have to offer.