Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 2pm
Jen completed her Master in Science of Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta in 2008. After completing school, Jen quickly found her passion in a holistic approach to treating the body through movement and became certified in Rehabilitation Pilates through STOTT Pilates. Shortly thereafter, she became interested in Pelvic Health Therapy and took courses to be able to assess and treat the pelvic floor muscles internally. She is also certified in Dry Needling through Kinetacore and Röst Therapy for pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. Jen uses all of these additional training techniques to inform how she looks at the body.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy assessments involve looking at the whole system from head to toe, including the spine, global movement and breath. An internal exam further helps to determine function of the muscles and target the treatment approach that will help the system work most optimally for each individual.
Jen uses this wide skill set including external and internal (vaginal and rectal) assessment to support people in managing concerns related to pelvic health.
At Cheam Wellness, Jen is specifically seeing clients for pelvic health related concerns or questions as mentioned below.