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Claire McGlynn


Claire incorporates a variety of manual therapy modalities into her Physiotherapy treatments. Often combining joint mobilization / manipulations, soft tissue release, medical acupuncture, GUNN IMS (dry needling), therapeutic taping, and nerve mobilizations. Claire’s comprehensive approach to care also includes therapeutic exercise, functional strength training and wellness coaching.

In addition to helping patients recover from injuries, Claire enjoys supporting those who are doing just fine but want to stand taller, sit longer, jump higher, run faster or lift heavier!

About Claire McGlynn, Physiotherapist

“Having the freedom to move without pain, while simple, is also crucial to living a life that is fulfilling and meaningful -both physically and emotionally.

When we are in good physical health, we can excel in our jobs, achieve important goals, show up for our community of friends and family -in essence, enjoy all of life’s joys and tackle all of life’s challenges.

That is why I feel so fortunate to have a career as a physiotherapist, spanning over 20 years, that allows me to help people move and feel better.”

Claire has training in Vestibular Rehabilitation which includes assessment and treatment for vertigo, BPPV, dizziness, balance disorders, and persistent symptoms following concussion.

Claire treats a variety of other injuries like:

  • muscle strain
  • tendonopathy
  • sports injuries
  • osteoarthritis
  • whiplash, neck pain
  • headaches
  • rotator cuff problems
  • Knee (ACL/MCL/meniscal tears)
  • hip labral pathologies
  • pelvic girdle pain
  • ankle sprains
  • repetitive strain
  • postural dysfunction
  • pregnancy complaints, and more.

In addition to holding a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, a Certificate in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University, Claire is also certified as a GUNN IMS provider (dry needling).

CAMPT Certified

Claire is a proud member of the Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (CAMPT). This internationally recognized body represents physiotherapists who have advanced training (5 years post grad) in orthopaedic assessment and treatment, which includes joint manipulations (spinal adjustments). In combination with other therapies, like education and exercise, joint manipulations can help you return to pain-free living faster.

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