Kaitlin Turner, PT

 
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I have been practicing as a physiotherapist for almost 7 years, and in that time my problem solving, manual therapy, and exercise prescription skills continued to advance; however, one thing has remained the same. My patient-centered approach. I truly aim to find to root cause, or usually causes, of your problem and work with you to come up with an individualized treatment plan. My goal will always be the same as yours; to make you feel and move better.

To provide an exceptional standard to care to my patients I have invested a lot of time taking continuing education courses as well as pursuing other degrees. I am also a teaching assistant in the anatomy lab for physical therapy students at the University of Toronto. This opportunity allows me to share my experience as a clinician and to continually review and keep current on my anatomy, exercise, and biomechanics knowledge.

Over the month of September 2019, I will be taking courses on pelvic dysfunctions that impact both males and females. This will equip me with an entirely new skill set that I am very excited to share with current and potential clients!

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my dog Tuna, reading, travelling, and going to concerts! Most days of the week you can find me at a Barre class working on my strength and endurance. I definitely practice what I preach!


Western University (PhD in Physical Therapy (Student), anticipated 2021)Western University (Master of Science in Clinical Anatomy, 2017)University of Toronto (Master of Science in Physical Therapy, 2012)University of Guelph (Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Human Nutrition, 2010)

Continued Studies: Orthopaedic Division Upper and Lower Manual Therapy Courses (Level 3), Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Exercise Prescription for Cervical Spine Dysfunction

 
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