Carolyn Roosen, BSc.Kin., PT

Carolyn Roosen is on a mission to improve community health one patient at a time. A physiotherapist with over 20 years experience, Carolyn works daily to improve the health and well- being of her patients. A graduate of Acadia University and McMaster University, she has degrees in Physical Education and Health Science in Physiotherapy. Over the course of her career, she has obtained post- graduate training in Functional Dry Needling, Manual Therapy, Muscle Imbalance Correction, Kinesio taping and Cancer and Exercise.

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Physiotherapy is a health care profession that deals with preventing, assessing, diagnosing and treating pain and movement dysfunctions that impair normal function. A physiotherapist uses modalities such as electric currents, ultrasound, laser, biofeedback, magnetic fields and hydrotherapy (hot and cold), and acupuncture. Manual (hands on) techniques are commonly used and include joint mobilization and manipulation, soft tissue stretching, muscle energy, myofascial release, craniosacral mobilization and neural tissue mobilization. The desired outcome may be to increase mobility and coordination, decrease pain, decrease inflammation or increase circulation, but in the end the main goal is to provide the patient with increased function and independence.

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