Facility Details / Hours of Operation

The FIT for Active Living Program provides tertiary level assessment and rehabilitation for clients with musculoskeletal injuries who have complex needs secondary to a motor vehicle collision. The program utilizes a holistic interdisciplinary model of assessment to determine the most appropriate level of rehabilitation treatment.

Hours of operation are generally Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Located on the 8th floor of Saskatoon City Hospital.


Cindi Pederson

  •  Certified Vestibular Therapist

John Marshall

  • MSc Credential – Other (eg. Kinesiology, Community Health, etc.)
Referral Requirements / Wait List Information

Referred by Saskatchewan Government Insurance for tertiary assessment following clearance by primary practitioner.

Wait times for the initial interdisciplinary assessment are targeted at 3 weeks. Wait times for admission to treatment once a client has been assessed as appropriate for tertiary level rehabilitation are targeted at 30 days. Client intakes typically occur on a 2 week cycle.

Facility Type
Regional Health Service
Professional Services
Physical Therapy
Conditions Treated
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
Muscular Conditions and Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Areas of Practice
Acupuncture (CAFCI designation), Dry Needling / Intramuscular Stimulation, Education classes, Hydrotherapy / Aquacise, Mental health, Orthopaedic Assessment and Rehabilitation, Pain management, Research, Return to Work Facilitation, Vestibular Assessments and Treatment (Certified Vestibular Therapist)
Contact Information
8th Floor, 701 Queen Street, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0M7