Laura Graham

PT, MScPT, BSc,Kin

Laura graduated from the University of British Columbia Okanagan with her Undergraduate Degree in Human Kinetics; she then proceeded to complete her Masters of Science Degree in Physical Therapy through the University of Alberta. Upon completion of the Physical Therapy program, Laura is now working on completing her Orthopaedic Levels. The Orthopaedic Levels are a specialized set of courses, with a primary focus on manual therapy based assessment and treatment, currently Laura has completed Level 2 both Upper and Lower quadrants courses. In addition, Laura has completed the both the Upper and Lower quadrant Mulligan courses, which focuses on utilizing passive mobilization of a joint with active or passive movement as a form of treatment.

Throughout her university experience, she was a member of the UBCO women’s soccer team, and Augustana Viking’s women’s soccer team. Currently she is playing locally for the Prospect Lake club within the women’s premier division. Outside of work and soccer, you’ll often find Laura out for a run or a hike, visiting with family and friends, or with her head in a book cozied up at a coffee shop. Most recently, you may have seen Laura on the sidelines of the pitch, working as physiotherapist for the Vancouver Island FC team for their first year debut in the WPSL (Women’s Premier Soccer League).

Laura’s patient-centered care revolves around injury prevention, sport/activity rehabilitation, and promoting an overall healthy and active lifestyle. With a desire to learn, you’ll likely see Laura’s style of treatment and techniques evolve as new research comes out to the forefronts, as she makes sure to always provide the most up-to-date evidence-based treatment options.