Cindy Coneen

Cindy Coneen physiotherapist FCAMPT

Cindy Coneen, Physiotherapist

BSR, FCAMPT, CGIMS

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.

Cindy’s qualifications include:

  • Advanced Diploma of Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy FCAMPT
  • McMaster University Medical Acupuncture certified
  • Gunn IMS (intramuscular stimulation) UBC certified CGIMS
  • Regenerative Photon Therapy certified

Professional affiliations:

  • Member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopaedic, Private Practice and Acupuncture divisions
  • Registered with the Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy

Recent Continuing Education courses include:

  • IFOMPT Webinar with Diane Lee: The role of the thorax in pelvic dysfunction September 2019
  • CAMPT spinal manipulation refresher course November 2014
  • Gunn IMS certification from UBC 2014
  • Regenerative photon therapy certification upgraded annually
  • Orthopedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association symposium 2014
  • Manual Therapy of the fascia 2013
  • Long term athlete development program seminars 2012, 2013

Cindy’s Sports and Interests

  • Long track speed skating masters athlete member of the Edmonton Speed Skating Association
  • Cyclist with Cycle-Logic Edmonton: outdoor group rides and winter spin classes
  • Gym cardio and weight training
  • Running
  • Swimming
  • Walking her dog
  • Supporting her four adult children as they pursue their post-secondary ambitions