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About Us

Since opening in 2018, owner Hailee Dayman has grown from a small room in a hockey rink to where we are today. Go To Athletic Therapy is more than just rehabbing injuries. Massage Therapy became apart of our services in August 2022, with more staff and services continually added, this will ensure that all clients recover fast and achieve meaningful results.

Our Mission

​The mission of Go To Athletic Therapy is to help clients recover fast and achieve meaningful results so they can achieve optimal athletic or lifestyle performance.

  • Through individualized care, we strive to help Lloydminster athletes and active individuals reach their maximum potential

  • Aiming to provide integrated care that bridges the gap between rehabilitation and performance

  • Treat the entire person, not just the injury, by using a holistic approach

  • Identify local dysfunctions at a fundamental level to restore global movement and function

  • To provide individuals with the tools to maintain a healthy and active body and lifestyle

Our team


Hailee DAyman

Athletic Therapist, CAT(C), SFR

Hailee started her career working full time with Junior A Hockey for 4 seasons., recently working with the Lloydminster Jr A Bobcats Hockey team in the AJHL. She has been fortunate to work for three years with Team Canada West hockey team at the World Jr A Challenge, and the MJHL/SJHL hockey showcase. During a slow off-season in 2018, she opened Go To Athletic Therapy,  Hailee focussed more on concussion management in the last 4 years which lead her to  conduct concussion testing for HeadCheck Health with the Edmonton Eskimos Football team, as well as providing testing to other teams across canada.


Having moved to Alberta in May 2019, Hailee is excited to bring her experience and education to Lloydminster. She has worked with weekend warriors, aging adults, in addition to national and provincial level high performance athletes. Hailee enjoys helping you get back to the activities you love. 


  • Bachelor of Athletic & Exercise Therapy, Camosun College


  • Certified Athletic Therapist

  • Certified Sports First Responder

  • Hockey Canada Safety Person

  • Concussion Management


Charmaine Hubbard

Registered Massage Therapist, RMT

Charmaine Hubbard, originally from Argyle, Nova Scotia graduated from the college of Massage Therapy in June 2022, with 2200 hours of clinic and theory hours. Although new to the massage world, Charmaine loos forward to bring her knowledge of massage over to her clients and help them heal faster from injuries. 

Growing up, Charmaine played many school sports and knows the importance of how proper treatment and recovery from and injury can be. Her passion is to help people so it was only fitting that she get into massage therapy. She is an avid runner and has joined the local running group that has become like family. As she ahs seen many injuries and knew there was a way to help people and decided to take the plunge and go back to school to become an RMT. 


  • Registered Massage Therapist, Alberta College of Massage Therapy


  • Standard First aid, CPR-C

Join our Team

We are always looking to expand our team, click the button below to see opportunities available or contact us to see if you could be

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