Lisa Parikh, PT

Physiotherapist 

Lisa holds a Hon. Bachelor of Science from University of Toronto and a Masters in Physiotherapy from McMaster University.  During her time at McMaster, Lisa had the opportunity to obtain experience in a variety of outpatient and hospital clinics including a Northern Studies clinical rotation in Geraldton, Ontario.  

 

Lisa believes in always striving to find the source of her patient’s pain and treating the dysfunction, not only the symptoms.  In order to achieve this goal, she has taken more than 15 courses on advanced manual therapy techniques, myofascial release, visceral manipulation, craniosacral therapy, SFMA, neurokinetic therapy and muscle retraining.   She focuses on a holistic approach and ensures after a thorough assessment, she will develop a patient centered treatment plan involving manual therapy, exercises and education to prevent re-injury.  

Lisa uses the variety of skills she has acquired to assist with not only pain and movement dysfunction but also to assist with TMJ (jaw) dysfunction, headaches, swelling in the legs, digestive issues such as reflux or IBS, diastasis recti (post-partum abdominal weakness), pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder incontinence and sinus congestion. Lisa has also been a preceptor for training physiotherapy assistant students, kinesiologists and resident physiotherapists.

 

After spending a year living in New Zealand, she has a great appreciation for the outdoors and enjoys hiking and biking, and working out.

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy – Level One

  • Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy – Level 2 Upper Quadrant                 

  • Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy – Level 2 Lower  Quadrant

  • APTEI Course - The Hip Joint Complex – Part 1                        

  • APTEI Course - The Sacroiliac Joint Complex – Part 1                 

  • APTEI Course - The Sacroiliac Joint Complex – Part 2                 

  • Treatment of Common Extremity Dysfunction through Mobilization

  • Functional Anatomy: Bridge between symptoms and treatment

  • Basics of Sacroiliac Mobilization

  • Comprehensive treatment of the Foot and Ankle

  • Jenings Myofascial Release Seminars – Visceral Manipulation

  • APTEI – Advanced Physical Therapy Lumbo-Pelvic Complex Certification Program 

  • Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) Level One

  • Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) Level Two 

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment  (SFMA) Level 1  

  • Craniosacral Therapy – Level 1 and Level 2 – Upledger Institute

  • Visceral Manipulation – Level 1, 2 and 3 – Barral Institute

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CLINIC HOURS
ADDRESS
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​Monday -Friday

9:00am-8:00pm
 
Saturday

10:00am-6:00pm

Sunday

Closed

Osteoathletic

Milton Square
1215 Maple Ave
Milton, ON
(within the Best Buy plaza)

Telephone: (289) 851-6511

Fax: (855)-822-0447

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