Lori Anne completed her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science Honours in Life Sciences in 2009. She then completed her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.
Lori Anne values continuing education by continually reading articles to stay on top of the latest research and attending courses regularly across Canada.
Her post-graduate training includes:
- IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) from the Chan Gunn Institute/University of British Columbia
- Anatomical Acupuncture Certificate from Acupuncture Canada (Formerly CAFCI certification from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute)
- Vestibular Rehabilitation Course by the Dizziness and Balance Rehab Clinic
- Manual Therapy levels from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
- Specific Courses in Knee, Ankle, and Hip Injuries from various Clinical Experts
- Running Injuries and their Prevention Course by The Running Clinic
- Mobilization with Movement Course by Mulligan
Lori Anne also draws on her experience training as a member of the Canadian National Ski Mountaineering Team. Through this she has gained valuable insight and personal experience in:
- Endurance training and the physiology behind athletic development
- Strength training and weight lifting
- Balance training and creating an active/functional core
- Exercise program prescription
- The principles of tapering and peaking for competition
- Injury prevention, recovery, and stretching
- Nutrition, hydration, and sleep aspects of a well rounded training program
For more information on Physiotherapy in British Columbia and Canada, click on Physiotherapy Resources.
Contact Lori Anne if you have any questions.