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Anchored in movement science, our team of physiotherapists are able to assess and diagnose your injuries, chronic conditions, and health concerns. Working alongside you, they will develop an effective treatment plan that is focused on reducing your discomfort and increasing your ability to move and function.
Our team will be there to assist and guide you while you achieve your best health status possible.
What is physiotherapy?
Our team uses a hands on, evidence informed, individual approach. Working one on one with your physiotherapist will ensure you get the attention and quality of care that you deserve.
Our sessions may include:
- Patient education
- Hands-on manual therapy
- Therapeutic modalities
- Exercise instruction and guidance
After an initial assessment and diagnosis, your physiotherapist will work with you to create a customized treatment and rehabilitation program that will enable you to optimize you physical health and will significantly improve your symptoms.
Working collaboratively with you, your clinician can create a "take home program" that is available online or in paper form, that you can use to speed up your improvements and help make lasting physical change.
In addition to orthopedic/ musculoskeletal pain and injury physiotherapy, we offer both vestibular physiotherapy and pelvic floor physiotherapy at our South Calgary location.
Meet our Physiotherapists
Kayla Eagle, PT
Kayla Eagle, PT
Kayla practices at our South Calgary location.
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Helping you reach your goals and get back to doing the activities you love is what I strive for! I am a Saskatchewan girl at heart who fell in love with the mountains when I moved to Alberta for the winter nearly 2 decades ago, and never left. That year, I discovered what physiotherapy was by visiting a clinic in Canmore. I fell in love with the idea of helping people return to their activities and sport, and decided that summer that this was what I truly was meant to do!
I graduated from the University of Alberta with my MScPT in 2013, following my BKin in 2008 from the University of Calgary. Practicing as a registered physiotherapist, I have worked extensively in private practice working with various musculoskeletal conditions. My experience ranges from motor vehicle accidents, work-related injuries and preventative work injury management, post-operative rehab, general sprains and sprains, and sport-related injuries, most recently specific to climbing related injuries.
I have a special interest in climbing related injuries and injury prevention, being an avid climber over the past decade, both competitive and recreational, and experiencing injury myself.
Since graduating, I have continued to take courses to advance my orthopaedic skills, including certification in anatomical acupuncture and biomedical dry needling. I have also completed my level 3 manual therapy course through the orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Other advanced manual therapy courses include ART for the upper extremity, sacra-iliac and pelvic complex, and Mulligan technique. I am currently completing a post graduate course in Diagnostic imaging, and have a strong interest in continuing to pursue additional advanced manual therapy courses.
My approach to rehab is centred around active participation and movement and includes patient education as the foundation for everything else, including progressive functional exercises, as well as manual therapy. I believe in empowering my patients through education and supporting them with the evidence-based tools they need to help themselves get stronger, and reach their goals.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time outdoors with my family, running, climbing at the local gym or going on bouldering trips, snowboarding, water sports, and watching supercross!
Subha Velusamy, PT
Subha Velusamy, PT
Subha practices at our South Calgary location.
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As a graduate of the BPT program in India, Subha moved to Canada in 2006 to continue her career as a Physical Therapist. She lived and worked in Fort McMurray and Edmonton before settling in Calgary. She has several years of working experience within Alberta Health Services (AHS) and in private practice. She has an evidence-based and client-centred approach and believes in treating the individual patient, not just the health condition.
Subha focuses on male and female pelvic floor therapy - incontinence, urgency, frequency, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder and pelvic pain. She also works wih patients in many other areas of rehabilitation including chronic pain, concussion management, Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA), musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, respiratory conditions, geriatrics, fall prevention and vestibular therapy. She continues to explore other learning opportunities to expand her skill set.
Outside of clinical practuce, Subha is passionate about food, fitness and travel and she loves running half marathons.
Lauren Romeril, PT
Lauren Romeril, PT
Lauren practices at our South Calgary location.
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Born and raised in the Calgary area, Lauren first began her journey with physical therapy as a small child and has utilized it herself throughout her life. Enjoying travel, she completed her Bachelors of Exercise Science at Brigham Young University in Utah and then moved to Brisbane, Australia to complete her Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of Queensland.
Lauren’s approach to physical therapy is evidenced based practice that focuses on functional treatment, education and manual therapy. With training in vestibular therapy, concussions, acupuncture, yoga for rehabilitation, pilates and manipulations, she has a vast background to utilize for treatment. Lauren focuses her practice on listening to clients and helping them achieve their goals through sustainable, functional treatments.
Lauren has a passion for helping people in pain and helping them to understand the role that the whole body and being can play in pain. She has specialized in working concussions, dizziness, headaches and neck pain but is well versed in the human body and the injuries that may arise with it. She also draws upon her love for fitness for treatment and preventative measures. Lauren considers the big picture that comes with each client and enjoys the challenge of helping people find solutions.
When not working, Lauren enjoys running, boxing and yoga as well as keeping active with her family. She most often is found with a child in each arm listening to records or reading books.
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