Cindy graduated from UBC and for over 35 years, she has continually upgraded her knowledge and skills to provide a global approach to treating muscle, nerve and joint pain. She has worked for the Canadian military, The Scarborough Hospital in Toronto and private physiotherapy clinics in Quebec, Ontario and Sherwood Park, Alberta.
Cindy uses her knowledge and experience to assess pain problems in detail. The choice of advanced orthopaedic manual therapy assessment and IMS evaluation of neuropathic pain identify potential sources of pain.
Carlie completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia after obtaining her Bachelor of Human Kinetics. She has a comprehensive athletic background which includes playing for the UBC Varsity Women’s Ice Hockey team, instructing ice hockey camps, and volunteering at various sporting events such as the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and the National Netball Championships. Carlie worked in Vancouver for 6 years in a private practice setting prior to joining Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park Inc. in May 2017.
Carlie assesses her patients as a whole, identifying abnormal postures, movement patterns and extrinsic factors that may be contributing to an injury. Her treatment approach combines manual therapy, acupuncture, IMS, exercise prescription and taping to assist her patients in reaching their goals.
Yvonne completed a Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Alberta. She has worked in a private practice setting since 2010 and has completed numerous post graduate courses. She enjoys working with all age groups and conditions with a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries, return to sport and physical activity, and post-operative rehabilitation. She values the importance of educating her clients on their diagnosis and injury prevention, and uses techniques in manual therapy combined with acupuncture, dry needling and active exercise to achieve optimal function and a speedy recovery.
Yvonne joined Global Physiotherapy Sherwood Park Inc. in October 2017 and she is currently on a maternity leave.
Jeri graduated from the University of Alberta with her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010. She also has a Bachelors of Physical Education from the University of Alberta. Jeri has worked in private practice since 2010, she enjoys seeing people achieve their goals and return to the activities that drive them. Jeri is continuing to pursue post graduate education to advance her knowledge as a physical therapist and continue to stay up to date with current research. She uses a combination of manual therapy, exercise, acupuncture, laser and Regenerative Photonic Therapy to assist in her client’s recovery.
Jeri has specific training in treating women who are experiencing incontinence or leakage. Jeri takes a global approach to the management of treating pelvic floor dysfunction in a wide range of the female population whether they are athletes, new moms or seniors. She incorporates her orthopaedic skills with her pelvic floor training to treat the client as a whole.
Jeri joined Global Physiotherapy in the fall of 2016.
Charlotte graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy with Distinction. She has over 25 years of orthopaedic experience and enjoys treating people of all ages from 3-month-old infants to journeyed 90-year-olds and the challenges faced with each condition. Continuing education is of utmost importance to enhance her skills and knowledge and she was taught that the most challenging patients are the best teachers. Charlotte loves combining Western and Eastern medicine to treat the whole of a person for their overall wellness.
Charlotte joined Global Physiotherapy in the spring of 2018.
Leasa graduated from Dalhousie University’s physiotherapy program in Halifax after completing a BSc in Human Nutrition and a BSc in Biology. She has been practicing physiotherapy since 2000, first in Nova Scotia and, for the last 12 years, in Alberta. She has ample experience treating a variety of conditions including Whiplash (WAD), sprains/strains, sports injuries, arthritis, torticollis, TMJ dysfunction, repetitive strain injuries, and post-operative rehabilitation.
In clinical practice, Leasa treats musculoskeletal conditions in clients of all ages, including babies and children. She values the importance of carefully assessing the patient and tailoring treatment goals to their needs. To achieve optimal results, she uses a combination of manual and manipulative therapy to restore joint mechanics, Gunn IMS for neuropathic pain, exercise prescription, patient education and/or therapeutic modalities. Leasa provides individualized, one-to-one treatment and develops specific exercise programs customized for the level and goals of the patient.
Leasa joined Global Physiotherapy in July 2019.