BScPT CAFCI C.Med.Acup. (she/her)
Tanya wanted to be a physiotherapist since she was 15 years old and graduated from Queen’s University in 1982. She has worked in acute and rehab hospitals, community care and private practice in Ontario, BC and Alberta.
Her passion for life-long learning lead her to become a medical acupuncturist after completing Dr. Aung’s Medical Acupuncture Program and studying through Acupuncture Canada in 1991. She has been an instructor, examiner and board member for Acupuncture Canada since 1992.
“Beautiful movement without pain” is a phrase that resonates with Tanya after completing Dr JL Lee’s connect Therapy Course in 2015. She incorporates many different techniques into her practice including acupuncture, dry needling (IMS, GTT, TP) manual therapy, cranio-sacral therapy, brain curriculum techniques, neuro-meningeal techniques, visceral manipulation and exercises.
Tanya enjoys the collaborative practice at CURA with a special interest in the treatment of headaches, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), concussions, musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain. She would love to help you achieve “beautiful movement without pain”.
When she is not working, Tanya enjoys spending time with her husband, three children and friends.