Blog: Armstrong’s Physiotherapy
Armstrong’s Physiotherapy at Lifebridge
Armstrong’s Physiotherapy has a convenient location right down the hall from Lifebridge Health Centre.
Armstrong’s Physiotherapy has been in operation since 1976. Since starting, the business has grown and currently has three different sites in Saskatoon.
They provide top quality physiotherapy along with a great exercise therapy service at all of their locations. They endeavor to serve a wide variety of patient needs ranging from the athlete to the injured worker, from young to old, and from those with health issues to those injured in motor vehicle accidents.
A referral is not necessary to book an appointment at Armstrong’s Physiotherapy, but some insurance companies do require a referral to offer coverage.
They offer a wide range of services which include: orthopaedic and musculoskeletal, work-related injuries, motor vehicle-related injuries, pelvic floor rehabilitation, pre-natal and post-partum rehabilitation, sports injuries, and exercise therapy and personal training.
B.Sc.PT, Chronic Pain & McKenzie Therapy
Jennifer Aberhart graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with Honors, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 2008.
Jennifer is passionate about creating relationships with her clients. Jennifer focuses on techniques used by McKenzie Therapy guidelines and specializes in treating neck and back pain. She also has a keen focus on manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and joint mobilization. She has experience in a variety of areas in physiotherapy including orthopaedics, post-surgical treatment, sports-related injuries and chronic pain, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) injuries and neurological rehabilitation.
MPT, B.Sc.Kin, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Therapy
Lindsey Tasker graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology in 2008, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2010, and her Master of Physical Therapy in 2012.
Lindsey’s passion resides in pelvic floor rehabilitation, pre-natal and post-partum rehabilitation, and vestibular therapy. She regularly participates in community educations events, including the Mommy & Baby classes at the Fieldhouse.
B.Sc.Kin, Exercise Therapist
Kelsey Konihowski graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, she completed her Bachelor of Science of Kinesiology in Exercise and Sport in 2015.
Kelsey enjoys working with all age groups and is eager to help you develop a health, balanced, and personalized exercise program. She is looking forward to furthering her education through certifications focusing on strengthening, conditioning and health promotion.
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