Physiotherapy in North Edmonton
Meet Our Team
Physical Therapist, Dry Needling
Alampreet (Preet) graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing and biology. She has trained in various healthcare settings and has a passion for empowering her patients through education and individualized treatment plans.
She plans on improving her manual therapy skills by progressing through the Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic and Manual Manipulative Physiotherapy offered by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She also plans on becoming CAFCI (acupuncture) accredited. Alampreet is fluent in English and Punjabi.
Amy is a dedicated and technically skilled business professional with a versatile accounting, and office skill set developed through experience with full-cycle payroll and bookkeeping, account reconciliations, and office management.
She is a leader in our industry with 15+ years in office and accounting management, financial administration, and bookkeeping. In addition, Amy brings a wealth of experience from the healthcare, cattle, and oil and gas industries. She is pleased to bring her leadership and expertise to Innovation Physical Therapy.
In her spare time, Amy is passionate about her work with animal rescue.
Manual Physical Therapist
Daksh graduated from Jamia Hamdard University with a Master of Physical Therapy in Sports Medicine (2003). Before completing his Master’s Degree, he received his Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1999) from Dr.M.G.R Medical University, India. As a result, Daksh has over ten years of experience in physiotherapy, inclusive of academic and clinical practice. Daksh provides orthopedic assessments and treatments based on clinical practice biomechanical and patient response models. This includes a manual therapy approach combined with muscle stabilizing exercise programs.
He specializes in sports-specific injuries and is interested in treating lower back and lower limb injuries. Daksh has also presented scientific research papers at international conferences. He is an active participant in cricket and badminton. Daksh is fluent in Tamil, Hindi and can understand Punjabi. To better serve patients requires a physical therapist who speaks these languages.
Manual Physical Therapist
Ozge Suleyman began her interest in human body movement through her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (2005) and later Master’s of Physiotherapy in 2011. She is interested in working in Orthopedics private practice and has over six years of experience. She has worked with people with various orthopedic ailments and injuries (both acute and chronic).
Ozge has taken various courses in Manual therapy (up to level 3), Myofascial & soft tissue release, Mobilization of the nervous system, Mackezie for lower back, SMFA (selective functional movement assessment), management of complex & chronic pain, upper quadrant movement impairment by Sharman, APTEI (shoulder/hip). This enables her to formulate a comprehensive treatment for various problems. Treatment approaches are patient-specific, dosage-based, and depend on the condition’s duration. Treatments may include manual therapy, soft tissue release, education, prescriptive exercise, and modalities.
Ozge likes to keep active by going to the gym in her free time. She has also been involved in Latin dancing since 2004. She loves culture and travel. Therefore, she can assist her patients in English, Turkish, and basic Arabic. She is currently on her way to learning Spanish!
Amitoj graduated with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Guru Nanak Dev University, Punjab, India. He then practiced as a PT for a few years before going on to complete a Masters in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Saint Leo University, Gainesville, FL, USA. During this time, he was also involved in research on the rehabilitation of stroke patients, and published his results in peer-reviewed journals.
Amitoj started working as a Physical Therapist in Canada in 2019, with a primary focus on patients presenting with musculoskeletal disorders. He believes in returning the patients to pre-injury levels as soon as possible, and employs various hands-on approaches, exercises and electrotherapeutic modalities to achieve this goal.
When not working, he enjoys hiking, travelling and spending time with family.