Alisha Oliver graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences at Western University before completing her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University.
Alisha’s passion for Physiotherapy began as a child, growing up as a competitive gymnast and volleyball player.Being a patient of physiotherapy, she developed a keen interest in helping people regain function and work towards achieving their goals.
After graduating, Alisha quickly discovered her interest in women’s health and completed her full Pelvic Health certification to allow her to help individuals suffering from pelvic health dysfunctions. Her practice is centered around supporting and empowering women throughout their pelvic health journey. Her pelvic health practice helps to round out her love for treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions.
Alisha works as a team with her clients, using a whole-person approach to achieve meaningful goals. She feels that compassionate care focusing on education, communication, hands-on treatment, and exercise are integral components of physiotherapy.
Outside of work Alisha enjoys being active and going on hikes with her partner and mini aussiedoodle Remy. She also loves to travel, explore new food spots, do weightlifting and yoga,ski/snowboard, and curl up with a good book.
Qualifications and courses:
Advanced training in Assessment and Treatment of individuals with Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence
Trauma Informed Assessment and Treatment approach for individuals with Pelvic Pain
Member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Women’s Health Division