Physiotherapist, BMR PT
Jacquie achieved a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy, at the University of Manitoba in 2008. Her background includes a variety of pediatrics, long term care, palliative care and acute in-patient rehab from her start working in a small city hospital in her hometown, Brandon, MB. She moved to Calgary in 2011 and started her career with Alberta Health Services at the Foothills Medical Centre before moving to the Outpatient Neurology department at the South Health Campus where she has spent the past 10 years and continues to work part-time. She became LSVT BIG® certified, a gold standard treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, in Billings, Montana. She received Vestibular Competency Certification from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a founding member of the Functional Movement Disorders (FMD) Society and has twice attended treatment workshops for FMD in Louisville, Kentucky. She has completed a Canadian Falls Prevention Curriculum from the University of Victoria, has advanced training in concussion management, is acupuncture certified, a certified Urban Poling instructor and has completed Part A and B of the McKenzie Method®, a spinal assessment and treatment model.
You can find Jacquie at the hockey arenas in Calgary, cheering on her two young sons, or catch her completing a half marathon each year at the Calgary Marathon or Calgary Police Half Marathon. Jacquie enjoys taking advantage of the mountains by snowboarding, hiking or camping whenever possible. Jacquie values an active lifestyle and is motivated to help each individual achieve their mobility goals.