Gray MarrPhysiotherapist


I graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelors of Kinesiology majoring in Human Kinetics in 2020. I then went on to graduate from the University of Alberta with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy in 2022.

My career choice of being a Physiotherapist was rooted in my love for sport and staying active. I grew up on a ranch near Waterton Lakes National Park where we spent most of our free time hiking or horseback riding in the mountains. I also played minor hockey out of Lethbridge, going on to play in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (Humboldt Broncos), North American Hockey League (Odessa Jackalopes), and USports (University of Regina).

Sport has taken me many places, and through the journey fed my interest in physical therapy, due to spending time in clinics myself. After I stopped playing hockey my goal became to enable people to be able to do what they love doing. If it wasn’t for the health care professionals that worked with our teams, I would have never made it to where I am today, and now I want to do the same to help people reach their goals whether it is sport, work, leisure, or getting back to enjoying a healthy/happy quality of life.

In my downtime I enjoy working on the family ranch, spending time in the mountains, downhill skiing, photography, and staying active in the gym.


  • Physiotherapy


  • Hockey
  • Skiing
  • Strength Training




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