The Team

The Team

Parkway Physiotherapy offers one of the highest number of advanced orthopedic members of any clinic in British Columbia. We stress pertinent patient education, community support, and the promotion of research and continual learning for our team to provide our clients with best of breed technology, treatment and outcome.

We provide highly personalized services. You will spend time directly with your clinician rather than being one of several people being treated at the same time. Our goal is to provide you with a timely and accurate diagnosis as well as relevant education regarding both your condition and the optimal healing stimuli to maximize your results.

Carol Ann Horne

Carol Ann Horne,

MPT, BSc, Dip Sport, CAFCI, CSCS

More About Carol Ann Horne

Originally from Nova Scotia, Carol Ann completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax before continuing on to her Master of Physical Therapy degree from The University of Western Ontario in London. She has since completed a fellowship in sport physiotherapy through Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic and earned her Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy from Sport Physiotherapy Canada.

Carol Ann has completed further training in functional dry needling (IMS) from Kinetacore, earned her certificate in acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation Canadian Institute, and received her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Working in a variety of multidisciplinary settings has influenced Carol Ann’s treatment approach. She uses a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to see results. Carol Ann believes knowledge is key in helping clients. She will take the time to help you understand what your body is experiencing. Her goal is to leave you confident in managing your symptoms and preventing further injury.

Outside the clinic, you can find Carol Ann volunteering at local sporting events, training in the gym, or exploring the trails and beaches on the Island.