Michelle Cojulun, MScPT, BSc, MRSc, FCAMPT, IMS
To Michelle C, treating a problem isn’t enough. She believes it’s even more important to understand why your problem exists. To figure this out, she’ll often look at factors beyond body impairments to discover and help you to address underlying contributors. She doesn’t believe in quick fixes but will work extensively with you to find meaningful, practical, and long-lasting solutions that go beyond the clinic walls.
In her treatments, Michelle C often blends education with manual (hands-on) therapy, dry needling (acupuncture & IMS), and exercise. She loves to teach neurodynamic exercises to help reduce nerve pain and shines while helping those with persistent and neuropathic conditions. She also has a special interest in temporomandibular (jaw) pain, headaches, neck and shoulder concerns.
Michelle C is passionate about clinical education – both for herself and future physio students! She’s constantly learning and has recently become a Fellow of the Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Additionally, she’s a Clinical Educator, regularly taking on physiotherapy students from the University of Alberta, and providing them with mentorship and practical education.
When not in the clinic, she can be found travelling with her husband Andrew, snuggling her two cats, Henry and Rosa (definitely ask her to see a pic of those cuties!), and participating in fun activities such as cooking, painting, CrossFit and rock climbing.
Michelle C hopes that her experience, attitude, and desire to help you learn more about yourself will help you have an amazing physiotherapy experience, feel better, and ultimately, stay better.