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Physiotherapy in West Edmonton

Let our physiotherapist develop a comprehensive care plan that will improve your mobility, decrease your discomfort, restore your function and promote your future health.

At 360° Wellness – Mayfield, we understand the importance of mobility, which allows your tissues and joints to stay healthy.

During one-on-one sessions, we may use a variety of solutions to help you:

  • Exercise
  • Interferential current
  • Intramuscular stimulation
  • Manual therapy
  • Ultrasound

We’ll also educate you along the way to ensure you’re empowered to take your healing into your own hands.

Physiotherapist, Randy LittmannMeet Randy Littmann PT, BScPT

Randy didn’t always know he wanted to be in physiotherapy; he started out working in mechanical industrial engineering before changing careers. He attended the University of Alberta, graduating with a physical therapy degree in 1992. He’s certified in Functional Capacity Evaluations (WorkWell Systems), medical acupuncture and dry needling and has completed various other courses to continue his education.

Enjoying an Active Life

When he’s not busy at our clinic, he’s a husband and father with a flock of farm geese he looks after. Randy also enjoys completing repairs on his cars and home, reading a variety of book subjects, playing bass for a garage band, perfecting his grilling skills, spending time in the garden or volunteering as a camp cook during weekend youth events.

If you’re ready to enhance your health with physiotherapy in West Edmonton, contact our knowledgeable, friendly team today! We look forward to meeting you.

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Physiotherapist, Randy Littmann

Physiotherapy – Randy Littmann PT, BScPT

Randy places a high value on versatility. He has found that there is not one technique or treatment that works uniformly on every client. As a result, he has continued post graduate training in many different techniques found inside and out of the physio world. Randy has been certified in medical (western) acupuncture and dry needling in both and neurological needling. He has completed training in McKenzie techniques and is currently working on his Mulligan levels. He is also trained in working with chronic pain, vertigo, concussions and vestibular problems along with the standard complement of physical therapy techniques. He is ready to treat everything from back pain to broken bones, motor vehicle accidents to work injuries, dizziness to deQuervain’s. He’s certified in Functional Capacity Evaluations (WorkWell Systems) and currently has a diverse case load, in both locations (Spruce Grove and Mayfield).

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Randy also has helped young sports enthusiasts to keep pursuing their passion, offering free complimentary concussion assessments to various sport teams in the community. After more than 2 decades in the field, there is not much that can surprise him anymore. However, he still appreciates to be presented with challenges, when he is brought different symptoms or injuries/illness, he enjoys solving the “puzzle”.

In your first visit with Randy, expect to have someone who throws the computer and papers off to the side for the first part of your visit. He wants to hear what you have to say first and only then get into the physical investigation after you have described what has been going on.

Randy didn’t always know he wanted to be in physiotherapy; he started out working in mechanical industrial engineering; after two years of working in oilfield service and supply, he decided to change careers. He attended the University of Alberta, graduating with a physical therapy degree in 1992.

He spent the next 7 years working at hospitals in Alberta and Oregon before starting in private practice, working in a variety of private clinics in rural and urban Alberta before opening the multi-disciplinary 360 Mayfield Clinic, in collaboration with other health professionals in 2018. Randy is happily married. He keeps himself busy outside of work by doing home renovations, playing guitar and bass, experimenting with ethnic cooking, gardening, repairing old computers, raising geese in the backyard and brewing wine in the basement.

Physiotherapist – Maunik Bhavsar


Maunik Bhavsar has completed hi Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2013 in India. Also, while training to become a physiotherapist he accomplished yoga training and fitness management.

After practicing physiotherapy for 1.5 years in India, Maunik decided to move to Canada to further his career. Maunik received his certification to be a Physiotherapist in Canada, passed all his exams and got his licence, and has been working in Edmonton Area as a Physiotherapist since 2018. Maunik also completed his Health and Fitness Management course from Humber College of Toronto.

Maunik has a strong interest is orthopedics and enjoys going hiking, playing table tennis and cricket.

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