NCTCA2019 has ended
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2019 Partners in Education Luncheon - Kurtis Hewson   PASSWORD: North
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Robyn Losch

Pivotal Physiotherapy
Northgate Mall - Edmonton
Robyn is a physiotherapist at Pivotal Physiotherapy: Northgate. She was raised in Kelowna, B.C. and moved to Edmonton to complete her BSc at the University of Alberta. During her undergraduate degree, she also completed research involving Leukemia/Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cellular changes. Since she has always enjoyed being active and working with people; therefore, she knew that she wanted to pursue a career that is focused on working with people rather than in a lab. Further, she grew up with an athletic background competing at a national level in highland dance as well as playing competitive soccer and volleyball. Because of her background, she had her share of personal experience with how detrimental an injury can be to high level sport. Ultimately, she found myself drawn to physiotherapy because of the direct impact she could have on the lives of others, which is what lead her to completing her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. She loves working with patients of all ages and activity levels. She believes that each patient has a unique story and aims to tailor each treatment plan to best suit each person based on their goals. Using a combination of patient education, hands on techniques, functional dry needling and independent home exercise programs, she hopes that her patients leave the clinic with a better understanding of their symptoms and how to manage them. As a fun challenge, she also likes to create goals with her patients to help improve their quality of life – whether it’s to easily complete various activities around the home, go for jogs in the river valley, or compete in high level sport! In her free time, she continues to stay as active as possible. Outside of work, she can be found biking, swimming, playing badminton, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and slo-pitch, to name just a few. She also likes to take part in the number of awesome ways this city brings its people together – whether it be events like Taste of Edmonton or Folk Fest in the summer, or cheering on the Eskimos and Oilers throughout the rest of the year.