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January Muhlbeier

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January Muhlbeier

Physiotherapist

January Muhlbeier Physiotherapist

January graduated from University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Physical Education. After a year working as a kinesiologist, she completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2013. Having realized that being able to see and experience the mountains were an integral part of her well-being, she returned to Alberta. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, skiing, yoga, indoor climbing, knitting, and crochet, as well as just chilling out with her two cats and a good book. At work, January uses a holistic, hands-on approach and is excited to find the root of the problem and share in the results of a tailored treatment plan with her clients. She has further training in running injuries (treatment and prevention), Functional Dry Needling (level 2), Vestibular Rehabilitation, and Women’s Health (treating pelvic floor pain and/or dysfunction, incontinence, pre and post-natal). January firmly believes that her clients have just as much to teach her as she them, and she looks forward to working together to come up with a plan that fits their needs.

Our Team

Venessa Webb, Support Personnel
Stephanie Giebelhaus-Pedersen, Support Personnel
Vivian Overton, Physiotherapist
Jessica Claflin, Physiotherapist
Matt Wylie, Physiotherapist
Cameron Morrow, Physiotherapy Resident
Tina Marie Lomond, Registered Massage Therapist
Selena Nemeth, Registered Massage Therapist
Stephanie Kezar, Registered Massage Therapist

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Intramuscular Stimulation or IMS Therapy NW Calgary University Heights

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Healthy Aging NW Calgary University Heights

What is Healthy Aging? Healthy Aging is resiliency throughout aging and is prevention as well as treatment. It is maximizing your potential throughout your life ...
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Manual Therapy NW Calgary University Heights

What is manual physiotherapy? Manual therapy is a very general way to say we are using our hands to provide a treatment. In a traditional ...
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Instrument Soft Tissue Release NW Calgary

What is Instrument Soft Tissue Release? Instrument (Assisted) Soft Tissue Release (ISTR) is simply the use of a tool (usually stainless steel) to massage your ...
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Cupping Therapy NW Calgary University Heights

What is Cupping Therapy? You can read about cupping therapy all over the internet and get a lot of mixed information about it. To make ...
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Therapeutic Exercise NW Calgary University Heights

What is Therapeutic Exercise? Physiotherapists are most well known for exercise prescription and it is well established that therapeutic exercise is the best for you ...
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