Joyce Clark PT, BScPT

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     Joyce Clark

       PT, BScPT

     University of Alberta 1983


Joyce is a physiotherapist with additional training in joint mobilization, biomechanics, gait analysis, cranial-sacral therapy, pain management, visceral manipulation, TMJ, fascial release, trigger point therapy, and meditation and breathing techniques. She is a member of the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta.


Physiotherapy Individualized therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and other treatment techniques are applied in a session. Assessment and diagnosis help the patient understand what’s causing their condition – while the development of a customized   treatment plan help the patient to take back control in restoring, maintaining and maximizing movement, flexibility and physical independence.

Physiotherapy Can Benefit…

back pain & injury – whiplash – TMJ – pregnancy related muscle & joint issues – urinary incontinence – stroke  – neurological conditions – vertigo – arthritis – chronic pain – aging

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A life altering four months in Bhutan gave Joyce international experience in her physiotherapy career through teaching students biomechanics, burn, wound, anatomy, and amputee care.

A wealth of knowledge, Joyce has taken many courses on the human body and its multitudes of diversities. These courses include a one and a half year long course in pain management at the University of Alberta as well as regular international training in various meditation techniques. Throughout the year, Joyce holds seminars and meetings to share her knowledge on these topics.


The Physiotherapist’s Goal…

To teach patients how to stay well, avoid future injury and achieve the best quality of life they can



One comment on “Joyce Clark PT, BScPT

  1. Connie & Rick Flewelling
    April 28, 2014 at 8:31 pm #

    My husband and I have been treated by Joyce for many years and constantly marvel at her wealth of experience,sensitivity and ability to pinpoint trouble areas and recommend appropriate exercises to alleviate chronic pain. She is a marvel!!

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