Our Women's Health Physiotherapists
Womens Health Physiotherapists
Briana graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science from Western Michigan University in 2012 while pursuing a golf scholarship. She competed as a varsity athlete throughout her 4 years while in the exercise science program. Following her undergrad, Briana completed the Masters of Physical Therapy program at Western in 2014.
After her time at Western, Briana worked for 2 years at a high performance orthopaedic clinic in Barrie Ontario. This clinic specialized in sports rehabilitation where an emphasis was put on proper movement patterns and effective exercise prescription in order to optimize performance. Education is a big part of her treatment approach as she believes all patients should learn how to perform basic maintenance on themselves in order to live long, healthy lives.
Continued education courses include Dry Needling, manual therapy, SFMA, FMS, Movnat and Acupuncture. Briana is fully bilingual and capable of offering services in French and English.
Briana offers Women's health Pelvic floor assessments and treatment.
Michelle graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2010 with a Masters in Physiotherapy degree. Prior to Physiotherapy, she completed a Bachelor in Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa and worked with a variety of sports teams including the Men's Varsity Basketball and the Men's National Field Hockey Team. She has taken a keen interest in participating in triathlons and long distance running.
Both clinical experiences and exposure to various sports has developed her a special interest in athletic populations, pre- and post-orthopedic surgery, work-related injuries, motor vehicle injuries, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She has completed her Level 3 in Manual Therapy with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy and also holds a UBC Gunn IMS certification.
Michelle's physiotherapy approach is one that integrates her own experiences to develop comprehensive, individualized rehabilitation programs to assist people in returning to health and activity as effectively as possible.