MEET OUR STAFF
Graham Gould, PT, DPT, CDNP
Graham completed his undergraduate studies at St. Joseph’s College. After receiving his bachelors, he went on to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University as well.
Originally from Ontario, Canada, he grew up in the East Valley playing club soccer and eventually played at the collegiate level. Graham has experience working in renowned rehabilitation and training facilities that provided him the opportunity to treat a variety of professional athletes and the general population. He specializes in rehab of general orthopedic and sports related injuries.
In his free time, Graham enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Erin Lynch is initially from Iowa where she grew up playing volleyball and running track. The love for sport, as well as her fair share of injuries led Erin to the field of Physical Therapy. Erin obtained her undergraduate degree from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA where she double majored in Exercise Science and Human Performance and Fitness. She went on to attend graduate school at the nationally accredited Washington University in St. Louis.
Erin continues to play volleyball, run occasional sprints, hike and weight lift to maintain her physical fitness. In addition to her degrees, Erin holds dry needling and XPS certifications.
Shane Harvey grew up in Red Deer, Alberta where hockey was his game of choice. He played JR A in the AJHL and MJHL prior to playing DIII at the University of Southern Maine. During his time at Southern Maine, Shane was a 2 time Athletic Scholar for both Hockey and Lacrosse. He graduated with an Exercise Science degree in Health & Fitness with a focus on Strength and Conditioning.
After graduation, Shane worked as Director of Player On/Off-Ice Development for the Portland Junior Pirates. He was promoted to Director of Hockey Operations where he worked as the assistant coach, as well as the head coach for the Bantam and Midget U15 teams in the Maine Amateur Hockey Association. Additionally, Shane worked as the assistant strength coach for the Portland Pirates, an Arizona Coyotes AHL affiliate, for the 2014-2015 season. He will be working with the Jr. Coyotes U16 & U18 DII teams for the upcoming 2017-2018 season.
Shane holds a strength & conditioning (CSCS) accreditation from NSCA, as well as a TRX certification. His specialty is training hockey players; however, he has trained various professional, collegiate and Jr. athletes from all athletic backgrounds.