Liane Norman, BScPT CAFCI CTF
Since graduating in 2002 from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Sciences in Physiotherapy, Liane has gained experience with a wide range of conditions from musculoskeletal to cardio-respiratory and neurology. Her journey has led her to create customized rehabilitation programs for clients with complex health histories as well as address acute orthopedic conditions.
Liane has also developed a passion for helping babies and children with movement
difficulties related to biomechanics and neurological conditions (i.e.: Torticollis, Autism, Developmental Coordination Disorder, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, low tone,...).
She is certified with SHIFT Concussion Management and has training in vestibular and visual therapy, Neuro-Developmental Treatment Approach as well as core training and incontinence challenges in pediatrics. She is also certified with Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.
She has extensive training in Rhythmic Movement Training which comprises of neuro-developmental movements to help develop the brain, motor and sensory systems.
She is a certified Thera Togs Fitter for postural control and in-toeing/ out-toeing.
Jenny Roy, BScKIN MScPT
Jenny completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with a minor in psychology at Acadia University in 2015. She then completed a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2017.
Jenny spent her time in university volunteering as a student director for the Acadia S.M.I.L.E. program, a program that provides persons with varying disabilities a unique physical activity experience in order to improve their total development as individuals. It was this experience that inspired Jenny to pursue pediatric physiotherapy.
Since graduating, Jenny worked a rural hospital in Nova Scotia before moving to Ottawa to pursue pediatrics. For the last year, she has been working as a school health physiotherapist in the Ottawa Champlain region.
Jenny is continuing her post-graduate education and has training in Dynamic Core for Kids and Early Identification of Motor and Cognitive Delays in Infants. She is passionate about pursuing courses in order to provide high quality care and provide fun and engaging therapy for children.
Jenny was born and raised near Halifax, Nova Scotia, and although she loves the ocean, she is enjoying exploring new hiking spots in Ontario and Quebec. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, bike riding and doing yoga.