Tori Smith graduated with distinction from University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2007 before moving to Australia to pursue her graduate entry Masters of Physiotherapy. She graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Australia in 2010 and moved back to her home province of Alberta to start working in private practise. Many different areas of physiotherapy intrigued Tori and she has completed many different post graduate courses with topics including rehabilitative pilates, pelvic health, and chronic pain. She sees benefit with a balance of hands on therapy as well as active rehabilitation. rnIn 2014 Tori returned to Australia to finish a Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy with a major in manipulative physiotherapy at Curtin University. Since returning she has been working part time at Access Physiotherapy in Grande Prairie and part time with the Primary Care Network Grande Prairie for the Chronic Pain Management Program. Tori enjoys treating a variety of conditions and welcomes the challenge of treating complex patient conditions.
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