Clinical Specialist Sports Physiotherapy, CGIMS Diploma Sports Physiotherapy, Diploma Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy Selected to the Canadian Medical team for 6 Olympic Games, 3 Pan Am Games and one Commonwealth GamesDouble Click to Edit
I am one of 43 Clinical Specialists in Canada and one of 4 Clinical Sports Specialists (the only one in Alberta). This is a designation by our national association and is based on clinical competence and reasoning, leadership, mentorship and other attributes. I have been dedicated to continuing education for myself, and by mentoring physiotherapy students over many decades. I have worked with many teams and sports over the years, including rugby, diving, gymnastics and others at local to international levels. I am a competitive swimmer, triathlete and trail runner, and enjoy walking and running with my dogs. I have received several awards, including the YWCA Award for Women of Distinction. I have served on several Boards of Directors and Executive committees of Sports Physiotherapy, Alberta Sport Medicine Council and other professional and community organizations.
Our goal at Coronation Physiotherapy is to provide the best treatment to our patients. This includes a full scanning examination to determine the cause of your issues. Treatment is multifaceted and is directed at alleviating symptoms as well as correcting the cause of your issues. We will educate you on self care and prevention of issues, and guide you to your return to your desired activities.
Carolyn Wouters BScPT
Medical Acupuncture, IMS
During my early adult life I played many sports at a highly competitive level. My first year of college, I was named the most valuable player and captain of the volleyball team. I was also captain and the most valuable player (and won numerous other sports awards) in the Medicine Hat Ladies Fastball and Hockey Leagues. I have continued to lead an active lifestyle. I am a mother of four children (13 to 6 years old) and have a special needs daughter. We as a family have participated in the Canadian Birkebeiner Ski Festival, camp regularly, hike, and five of six family members play ice hockey.
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Priti Jadiy BScPT
"Priti Jadiya graduated in 2009 from the Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy in India with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy. She continued her education, specializing in neurosciences, with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2012 from the All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mumbai. After working for three years in Mumbai, Priti relocated to Canada in 2015 with a quest for new experience. She began practising orthopaedic physiotherapy in a private clinic in Edmonton. She also gained various skills in orthopaedics through course work and has training in Spinal manual therapy, Mulligan Concept, McKenzie Method and Biomedical Dry Needling.
While in private practice, Priti developed a passion for vestibular and balance rehabilitation. She completed her basic and advanced certifications in vestibular rehabilitation under Bernard Tonks and has completed extra course work in concussion rehabilitation. She has completed a certificate of competency course in vestibular rehabilitation from Texas. She continues to develop her vestibular rehab skills by taking continuing education courses. Priti finds that helping patients with dizziness, vertigo and balance problems is very fulfilling as even small improvements can lead to a dramatic enhancement in function. When not working at the clinic, Priti enjoys spending time with her husband and family, hiking, gardening, cycling, yoga, and craftwork."
Massage Therapists & Staff
Trained in Gary Schweitzer’s techniques of Deep Tissue Therapy. He has worked with elite level athletes from the National Hockey League, Canadian Football League as well as the Canadian national Men’s B Rugby team. He has extensive experience working with clients suffering Motor Vehicle Accidents and sports injuries, as well as chronic pain issues and syndromes such as Fibromyalgia.
Madeleine is an intentional and thoughtful practitioner who works with you to curate a treatment plan specific to yourdesires and body’s needs. Whether you are struggling to recover from chronic pain or a recent injury she has techniques to treat you on the table as well as advice for home care to ensure lasting results. Madeleine works hard to ensure your treatment goals are met and that you leave every session feeling more in-tune with and knowledgeable about your body. Madeleine graduated from the 2200-hour massage therapy program at MacEwan university in 2019. She is well versed in therapeutic massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point release, myofascial release, manual lymphatic drainage, sport massage, pre-natal massage, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, joint mobilizations and traction, and intra-oral massage (treatment for TMJD). “It is so important to nurture and nourish our bodies. Massage Therapy is an excellent form of self care that can help create and/or maintain a healthy lifestyle for anyone”. Madeleine has been receiving massage therapy since she began participating in competitive sports at the age of twelve. From this experience she was able to understand the benefits and accessibility of massage therapy for any body. She is a motivated and genuine therapist who would love to help you along your wellness journey.