Jeri Williams, Physiotherapist
BPE, MScPT, CAFCI
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.
Jeri’s qualifications include:
- University of Alberta, Masters of Science in Physical Therapy 2010
- University of Alberta, Bachelors of Physical Education 2008
- Red Deer College, Kinesiology Adapted Physical Education Diploma 2006
- Registered with Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association
- Member Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopaedic and Women’s Health divisions
Continuing Education courses include:
- Currently taking the level 3 Upper Quadrant course
- Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy: Level 1 and Level 2 Upper Quadrant
- Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute Level 1
- Treating Urinary Incontinence: Pelvic Floor Muscle Re-Education and Behavioural Techniques
- Training in Laser and Regenerative Photonic Therapy, updated annually since 2017
Jeri’s Sports and Interests
- Jeri is a busy parent to three young children so they are her current activity focus
- Water skiing
- Snow boarding
- Walking with her dog and children