Megan Willerth

Megan Willerth

BSc(Kin), MPT

Megan graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary.

Megan has been a lifelong athlete, playing ringette, soccer and field hockey. Prior to working as a physiotherapist, Megan worked as a personal trainer and has coached ringette for a wide variety of ages. She has a strong background in strength and conditioning, which she uses to optimize her patients’ ability to move and perform at their best. Megan believes that educating patients on their condition and the rehab process is an important component of treatment, combined with exercise and manual therapy. Every patient should be treated as an individual with rehab specifically directed towards their unique goals.

Megan is also passionate about continually learning more about how to help patients recover from injuries and how to prevent future pain and disability. In her free time, you can find Megan playing ringette, downhill skiing, water skiing or wakeboarding in the summer, hiking, and lifting weights. She recently moved to the area from Calgary and is looking forward to enjoying all the outdoor adventures BC has to offer.

Megan Willerth

BSc(Kin), MPT

Megan Willerth

Megan graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary.

Megan has been a lifelong athlete, playing ringette, soccer and field hockey. Prior to working as a physiotherapist, Megan worked as a personal trainer and has coached ringette for a wide variety of ages. She has a strong background in strength and conditioning, which she uses to optimize her patients’ ability to move and perform at their best. Megan believes that educating patients on their condition and the rehab process is an important component of treatment, combined with exercise and manual therapy. Every patient should be treated as an individual with rehab specifically directed towards their unique goals.

Megan is also passionate about continually learning more about how to help patients recover from injuries and how to prevent future pain and disability. In her free time, you can find Megan playing ringette, downhill skiing, water skiing or wakeboarding in the summer, hiking, and lifting weights. She recently moved to the area from Calgary and is looking forward to enjoying all the outdoor adventures BC has to offer.