Patricia Roney, MScPT
Patricia has a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria. She has a special interest in orthopedic care and sports injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Patricia has been actively involved in High Performance Sport as a National Team Therapist in the sport of Track and Field since 2013. As a team therapist, she has worked at multiple World Championships and International competitions. She worked as the medical lead for the Canadian Para-Athletics team, leading the therapy team at the Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games. Patricia worked as a military physiotherapist in the Canadian Forces.
Patricia works one-on-one with each of her patients, focusing on a hands-on approach using myofascial release, manual therapy, movement patterns and exercise prescription to restore her patient’s function. She is passionate about helping patients avoid injury before they occur and working with each patient to establish goals to return to optimal health. Outside of clinic, Patricia can be found out on trails running, biking or skiing. She has a strong background in competitive sport and understands the benefits that manual therapies have on the treatment and prevention of injuries. She was a varsity track athlete throughout university, and in more recent years, was selected to Team Canada for the World Mountain Running Championships (2019).
Masters of Science in Physiotherapy (MScPT), Queen’s University
Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology (BScKin), University of Victoria
Dry Needling/IMS Certification , Advanced Education in Manual Therapy
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Certification in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
“Very impressed with the staff. Friendly, helpful and knew who I was after my first visit. Libby, my physio is great. Very knowledgeable, down to earth and really works to help my condition out.”Larry Earnhart
“Direct bill and I like that I can see multiple disciplines in one location.”Megan Nahser