ALL NEW physiotherapy patients need to book by calling Kare Physio or booking via email at [email protected] Subsequent physio visits can be booked by Jane
Corinne is the proud owner of Kare Physio and has specialized in the field of pelvic floor physio for over 20 years. She is a graduate of University of British Columbia's School of Rehab Sciences. Corinne has worked as a physiotherapist in a myriad of health care settings in both the United States and in Canada. She has taken numerous postgraduate courses focusing on women’s health, pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopaedic manual therapy. Corinne frequently lectures on many topics including male and female incontinence, osteoporosis, breast cancer rehabilitation, injuries related to pregnancy and male/female sexual dysfunction. She has special postgraduate training in treating both men and women with pelvic floor muscle dysfunction such as incontinence and pelvic pain.
She is a registered physiotherapist and is a member of the Canadian Continence Foundation, the International Pelvic Pain Society and the Canadian Society of Intestinal Research. She is an approved Core Confidence Bellies Inc Trainer.
To learn more about Corinne, visit her feature on KelownaNow.com.
Nanci has traveled through many circles in her physiotherapy career. This experience and her passion to optimize each patient’s ability to return to their desired level of activity can be felt immediately upon your fist meeting. Having been an owner of a physiotherapy clinic (Port Credit Physiotherapy 2003-2013) has enhanced her experiences, and her many post graduate courses have helped developed a broader perspective. Some of these courses include Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Incontinence, Pelvic Pain & Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Pregnancy; Ano-Rectal Disorders; Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Pediatrics; Orthopaedic Manual Therapy; Assessment and Treatment of the Injured Runner; and FitFore Golf. Her practical experience to managing injuries and the injured patient grew through her active involvement in sports (figure skating, triathlon - 5-time Ironman finisher including Hawaii, running, cycling, skiing and Pilates) as well as her own experiences of pregnancy and post-natal recovery.
Nanci completed her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto in 1997. This was against the backdrop of a Bachelor of Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor (1992). In 2013, Nanci, her husband and 2 daughters moved to Kelowna to embrace and enjoy the outdoor lifestyle of the Okanagan.
Nanci is keen about the health of children and has specialized training in pediatric pelvic floor physiotherapy. She treats children who have bladder control problems such as bed wetting at night, constipation or difficulties with a normal bowel/bladder routine at home or at school. Many children experience anxiety and feel embarrassed by these problems and Nanci offers a sensitive and compassionate approach to helping both children and families re-gain confidence and balance to their daily routines.
Born and raised in Kelowna, Suzanne graduated from the Okanagan College of Massage Therapy in January 2014. Prior to studying Massage Therapy, Suzanne studied at Okanagan College as a Therapy Assistant and worked in the healthcare industry for over 7 years. Suzanne is compassionate, caring, adaptable with a strong focus on designing the best treatment plan for you.
Suzanne Massages with a variety of techniques including:
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Outside of Massage Therapy Suzanne enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, camping, hiking, fishing, biking, painting rustic wood, and most important relaxing.
Suzanne looks forward to talking and working with you to build a regime of Massage Therapy and Home care that fits your needs and helps you attain your wellness goals.
Jordan graduated and earned her Registered Massage Therapy Diploma from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy School in 2014. She has since been gaining experience and knowledge working as an RMT in Kelowna. Jordan chose to pursue massage therapy because of her love for helping others, and because she is a believer in its holistic approach to healing.
Jordan is passionate about prenatal and postnatal massage. She is keen about helping women remain healthy, pain free and stress free during their pregnancies. Postpartum massage can be helpful in treating tight, restricted muscles but also for releasing tight scar tissue/adhesions that may occur after having a C-section. Relaxation and stress relief is very important with all the changes and new responsibilities of being a new Mom. Studies show massage therapy is also effective for treating postpartum anxiety and depression.
Apart from massage therapy, Jordan loves yoga, hiking, and spending time outdoors in the Okanagan with her boyfriend, family, and dog.