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1414 Winnipeg Street, Squamish
Claire is a Registered Physiotherapist with a Masters of Physical Therapy from Queen’s University. She has a special interest in orthopaedics, sports injuries and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Claire's treatment techniques utilize a combination of manual therapy, dry needling and movement re-education to get you pain free and back doing what you love. Claire strives to find the root cause of dysfunction, by assessing whole body movement patterns, biomechanical faults and postures.
ORTHOPAEDIC AND SPORTS INJURIES
Claire enjoys treating a variety of conditions, ages and activity levels, from acute sports injuries to pregnant mamas, paediatrics, and everything in between! She has continued her education through post-graduate training in Advanced Orthopaedic Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy (Level 3) and has a special interest in the treatment of running and sport related injuries, hip and pelvic pain, knee pain, pre/postnatal and pelvic floor rehab, whiplash/car accidents and neck pain, surgical rehab, nerve pain and TMJ disorders. Claire is located in Squamish in the Sea to Sky corridor and accepts direct billing to most insurance companies, and ICBC.
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PELVIC HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY
A pelvic floor physiotherapy session will include a detailed assessment of your posture, pelvic, hip and lumbar mechanics/strength and will usually include an internal exam to assess pelvic floor muscle strength and tone. Common conditions include bowel and bladder dysfunction (urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, urinary frequency/urgency), pelvic organ prolapse, painful sex conditions, prenatal and postnatal pain and exercise, labour preparation/education, and pelvic girdle pain, including SI joint, hip and pubic symphysis dysfunction. Helping you return to sport and activity after having babies is one of Claire's passions!
Intramuscular stimulation (IMS) or Functional Dry Needling (FDN) involves inserting a tiny monofilament (acupuncture) needle into a muscle in order to release shortened bands of muscles tissue and decrease trigger point activity. Dry needling is the best treatment for acute and chronic musculoskeletal or neuropathic pain, rehabilitation from injury, and even injury prevention. Claire also practices acupuncture styles of needling as well.
Tuesday 2 - 8 pm
Wednesday 8 - 2 pm
Thursday 8 - 2 pm
Friday 8 - 2 pm