Our Team

JIM TSAPRAILIS, Physiotherapist:

Jim was born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario and graduated with high honors from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy in 1998. He captained the Western Mens’ Soccer team to several provincial championships, a silver and bronze national championship and was twice named to the Varsity All-Canadian team. He started working with professional and college athletes in a Henry Ford Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Clinic in Michigan before opening up Sport And Spine Physiotherapy clinic in Sarnia in 2005.

Jim’s treatment approach incorporates correcting faulty alignment, movement patterns and muscle imbalances. He is passionate about returning his clients to their maximum potential whether in sport, occupation, lifestyle or performance. He uses a thorough assessment to accurately identify the “root cause of the symptom” and reveal the underlying diagnosis. Treatment incorporates manual therapy (hands on treatment to increase joint and tissue mobility, flexibility and muscle activation), exercise prescription, client education and modalities to help restore optimal health. He aims to empower his clients with education and injury prevention strategies so they can return to, and maintain their optimal level of function. He believes in a hands on approach and his treatment philosophy is very proactive and research based. He has a special interest in treating running, golf and sports/activity related injuries so clients can return to the activities they really enjoy. Jim is passionate about offering the best and latest treatment techniques to his clients, constantly learning the latest rehabilitation skills through physiotherapy post-graduate training courses.

Jim has worked with clients of all ages and abilities, volunteering at various local sports events. Jim is passionate about living an active lifestyle and continues to participate in soccer, running marathons, and weight training. He is married to Pauline, a local physiotherapist at Bluewater Health, and they are both blessed with three beautiful children: Alexis,  Ioanna and Georgios.


Lucie Krohn

Lucie is the one who you will most likely be talking to when calling, booking an appointment or with any inquiries. She likes to ensure everyone is pleased and at ease.

Originally from Northern Ontario, she currently lives in Brigden with her husband and 2 kids. She attended College Boréal in Sudbury and completed the Physiotherapist Assistant Course in 2001. Lucie has been part of the team since 2005 working as an assistant and now the office manager." My life is pretty busy with work, raising a young family and living an active life."


Nicole Wagner

Nicole was born and raised in Lambton County before she moved to St. Catharines to attend Brock University. In 2006, she graduated with an Honours Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology. Upon graduation Nicole immediately started working with Sport and Spine Physiotherapy as a Physiotherapy Assistant/Kinesiologist and has not looked back since! Nicole's passions are sports, particularly baseball and volleyball, and making sure that you get the best possible treatment while you are at the clinic!


Lisa Currie

Lisa was born and raised in Lambton County. She was a competitive high school track and field and cross-country runner at Northern Collegiate in Sarnia. After graduating from high school she continued her education and varsity sports at Lambton College where she was a member of the cross-country team and graduated from Sports and Recreation Administration. Soon after College graduation Lisa joined the Sport and Spine Physiotherapy team in September of 2010 as a Physiotherapy Assistant. Lisa continues to run recreationally, and fills in her spare time rollerblading and playing volleyball.


Jim Tsaprailis, PT
1152 London Road
Sarnia, On
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