Alison is originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia where she grew up and spent the majority of her life. She received her undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Dalhousie university and followed that with her Master’s in physiotherapy also at Dalhousie university. Alison has completed many post graduate courses including specialized running injury courses, shoulder courses, and manual therapy courses. Now Alison has also completed her Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling - Level 1 to help relieve pain and restore function. Alison has a passion for working with endurance athletes of any kind whether it be runners, swimmers, cyclists etc. Soft tissue injuries, repetitive strain injuries, and sports therapy are some of her specialties.
Outside of work Alison is an avid runner herself and has completed 7 half marathons to date, most recently the Calgary half marathon in May! In the community She runs a youth running club at the local YMCA, has volunteered with the Alberta ballet to treat their ballerinas during their tough performance schedules, and volunteers at any sporting event possible.
Alison will always strive to get the best results with her patients and is fully commited to return her patients to a pain free and happy state!
– Canadian Physiotherapy Association
– College of Physical Therapists of Alberta
-- Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling - Level 1
-- Running Clinic - Running Injury Specialist
Alison Taylor - Physiotherapist B.Sc, M.Sc.P.T.