The Champion PT Approach
As a Physiotherapist, I will focus on a hands-on therapy approach aimed at treating the source of your musculoskeletal problems, not just your symptoms. Special attention will be focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders, as well as, the effects these disorders have on your well being.
“My aim as a Physiotherapist is to assist you in your own healing, by providing you with the tools for self-management. I will place emphasis on active rehabilitation utilizing specific exercises and manual therapy techniques as an adjunct to facilitate your recovery and functional well being…”
Tracey McQuair graduated from the University of Victoria with a degree in Kinesiology (BSc) and then completed her degree in Physical Therapy (BSc) from the University of Alberta. Since, she has been inspired to do further training in order to improve the outcomes of her varied patient population. Tracey is a Certified Active Release Techniques Therapist and has found great success in treating both the high end athlete and the busy desk jockey. As a local Ironman Triathlete, she has also been very interested in and has become certified in Bike Fitting, Biomechanical Analysis’ and the Prevention & Treatment of Running Injuries (just to name a few!).
Thank you for visiting my site and I look forward to helping you become successful in your rehabilitation and fitness goals.
Tracey McQuair BScPT, BScKin, Certified ART ® & Graston® Practitioner, CAFCI
Registered Physical Therapist