Senior Physiotherapist, Hand Therapist, Pelvic Floor Therapist, Concussion Therapist
Neha Mehta is a Senior Physiotherapist who graduated in 2008 and is an active member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She holds a postgraduate qualification in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from University of Melbourne, (Australia) as well as certifications in:
- Completed part 1 for Diagnostic Imaging for MSK disorders
- Certified Graston Technique Provider (IASTM)
- Pelvic Health Solutions: Physical Therapy Approach to anyone experiencing Urinary Incontinence
- Pelvic Health Solutions Level 2: The Role of Physiotherapy in the Treatment of Anyone Experiencing Pelvic Pain Through a Trauma Informed Lens
- American Society of Hand Therapists: Virtual Hand Therapy Course
- Certification in Acupuncture level 1
- Certification in Kinetacore Dry Needling- Level 1
- Certification in Basic and Advanced Vestibular rehabilitation
- TMJ & Craniofacial Pain assessment and treatment of related conditions
- Certification in Functional K-taping
Double Certified in Concussion Management from:
- Shift Concussion Management: Level 1 & Level 2; 2022
- Level 2 provider of Shift Concussion Management Program
- Completed Certification in ImPact Trained Physiotherapist in Concussion
She has many years of experience working across all age groups. Neha is authorised to use needles and perform spinal manipulation. She has maintained a determination to get to the cause of a patient’s problem. She is a highly proficient manual therapist with over 10 years of experience.
Neha is dedicated to the profession and her patients, continually expanding her knowledge with new developments in research. She is also regularly refining her skills in manual therapy as new courses and methods of treatment come available. Outside of work, Neha likes playing table tennis, pool and enjoys spending time with her family.
Additional notes for patients:
Neha has a special interest in treating concussion and TMJ injuries, pelvic pain issues in males and females, urinary incontinence, prolapse, and other pelvic floor conditions in prenatal and postnatal females and arm/hand conditions.