ALEKSANDRA'S STORY, AND PERSONALIZED TREATMENT APPROACH
Aleksandra graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2014 with a Master's in Physiotherapy, after having completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences. She has been registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario since 2014.
She completed additional courses in acupuncture and dry needling; for shoulder, hip and knee treatment; for the lumbar spine; and in K-taping.
Aleksandra treats orthopaedic conditions including tendonitis and bursitis of various joints, chronic neck and low back pain, headaches, frozen shoulder, ankle/joint sprains/strains, stiffness in various joints and muscular tension. She also treats patients injured at work (WSIB).
Aleksandra's approach is to focus on one patient at a time for the entire appointment. She believes in quality over quantity and tailors treatment plans to every patient's specific needs.
She puts an emphasis on manual therapy (or hands-on work) because her patients benefit the most from it. She strives to help every patient return to their daily activities in the shortest amount of time.
Aleksandra also ensures that her patients feel comfortable and relaxed during their session, as she believes this helps with their recovery process and overall well being.