Our Team


Dylan Turner - Certified Athletic Therapist, CPR-BLS Instructor

I am most passionate about helping people return to doing what they love. The most fulfilling feeling to me is when someone thanks me for helping them to do what they are passionate about in their own lives. 

I tend to focus on using a combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, zeroing in on the root cause of pain and injury to ensure it doesn't resurface later. I particularly enjoys treating chronic pain, chinook migraines, and foot dysfunctions. 

Outside of work, I love to be active. I have played soccer in Calgary since I was 4 and always enjoy being able to get outside and see what the city has to offer. I spend most days walking with my dog whenever I can. 


  • B.Kin in Athletic Therapy
  • CAT(C) - Certified Athletic Therapist
  • Heart and Stroke BLS-CPR Instructor
  • Visceral Manipulation
  • Neuromenengial Manipulation
  • Sport First Responder

Contact: dylan@absoluteathletictherapy.com


Micah Reim - Certified Athletic Therapist 

I’m an enthusiastic therapist, passionate about helping people achieve their goals. My journey started back in High school. I ended up seeing an athletic therapist for several injuries throughout various sports and activities. They inspired my love for Athletic Therapy. My passion quickly grew while I attended the University of Calgary for a Bachelors of Kinesiology, and then even more again with my Professional degree in Athletic Therapy from Mount Royal University. After Graduating I jumped into the field immediately, working with several rugby clubs, football programs, hockey teams, soccer, judo, you name it. In the clinic, I strive to always ask the question of “why”? This led my journey through continuing education. I have since focused on neurological performance and optimization. I actively continue to learn and teach in various environments. My passion for education led me to the University of Calgary, where I also work as an Athletic Therapist in the Varsity Department, and a practicum supervisor for the Athletic Therapy program at Mount Royal University. This helps me always stay on the cutting edge of new research and therapies available. 

In my spare time, I love getting out and climbing. Whether that’s rocks, waterfalls, or mountains, I wanna go up and explore. This marries well with my love for backpacking and adventuring. If I'm not in the clinic - a good bet is to ask what I was climbing. In the winters my climbing is interspersed with coaching curling.


  • B. Kin in Athletic Therapy
  • CAT(C) - Certified Athletic Therapist
  • Sport First Responder
  • PDT-r practicioner
  • NKT level three practitioner
  • Neuromeningeal manipulation
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization
  • Advanced Concussion assessment and management

Contact: micah@absoluteathletictherapy.com


Melissa Roth - Certified Athletic Therapist 

Being born and raised in rural Alberta and participating in most sports available so there could actually be a team means that Melissa loves to have that small-town community feel in the groups she works with, especially football. She has played multiple sports, coached basketball and swimming, officiated basketball, and now on a sideline with a roll of tape is her favourite spot. Even better if that sideline is outside in the sunshine!

Indoors or outdoors, Melissa greatly enjoys helping youth athletes set themselves up for future success. She is an active board member with the Calgary Bantam Football Association and believes in establishing healthy lifestyle habits early. Active youth (aged 3-25) are her biggest draw though she will also help out their siblings, parents, grandparents, and coaches!

Melissa has a special place in her heart (and schedule) for anyone dealing with headaches, low back pain, and post-surgical issues. She also likes the complex puzzle cases that have been seen by multiple practitioners over a number of years with minimal answers. She does a lot of hands-on work with muscle and joint mobility, some Graston Technique and suction cups, and looks at how the whole body is moving together (or not moving) to find the real problems.

Don’t expect her to perform miracles to ‘fix you’ though: it’s a process with work for you to do, too. She’ll also likely ask some challenging questions along the way to help you decide when and how to trust that injured spot again.


  • B. Sci Kin
  • CAT(C) - Certified Athletic Therapist
  • Sport First Responder
  • BLS

Contact: melissa@absoluteathletictherapy.com



Terra Sergeant - Certified Athletic Therapist

I enjoy hiking, backpacking, paddling, and running in my spare time. I coach and compete with Dragon Boat Calgary, and I am an ultra runner. I like to be outdoors with my husband and my dog as much as possible. 

I graduated from Mount Royal University with a bachelor's in health and physical education and a major in athletic therapy. During my time at Mount Royal University, I worked with the Mount Royal Men's hockey team, and the Ambrose soccer, volleyball, basketball, and futsal teams.  I am currently working as an athletic therapist with the Okotoks Minor Hockey Association. 
I have a thirst for learning, and I'm constantly taking courses to expand my knowledge base and grow my practice. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life, and love to work collaboratively with clients to help them reach their health goals. I have spent many years in the dental world and also enjoy treating the head, neck, and TMJ. 


  • B. Phys. Ed. in Athletic Therapy
  • MOOC Concussion Prevention, Detection and Management 
  • RockBlades Advanced IASTM
  • Sport First Responder
  • BLS

Contact: terra@absoluteathletictherapy.com


Rebecca Holm - Certified Athletic Therapist

I was first introduced to Athletic Therapy while watching a CFL football game with my Dad. From that point on I followed her new found passion in high school by taking sports medicine classes. In the Athletic Therapy program at Mount Royal University I developed her interest in human anatomy, biomechanics and human physiology.

Throughout university I worked with several varsity sports teams including volleyball, basketball, football, soccer and swimming. I also did an internship with the Saskatchewan Roughriders for their rookie and training camp.

I grew up learning karate and earned my first degree black belt at 16 years old. I also took part in other sports such as volleyball and archery but karate was my main sport. I earned my third degree black belt in 2017.

Outside of work I enjoy being outside either camping, cycling, mountain biking or hiking. 


  • B. Phys. Ed. in Athletic Therapy
  • Third Degree Blackbelt - Karate
  • Sport First Responder
  • BLS

Contact: becca@absoluteathletictherapy.com