At Edmonton Physical Therapy Clinic we are committed to providing the highest standard of quality physical therapy services to Albertans with rehabilitation needs. Our mandate involves creating and maintaining a proactive, responsive treatment environment in which the individual needs to our clients are met through the development of an equal partnership between client and therapist.
Lora Yee, Physiotherapist
Lora graduated from the University of Alberta in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy and has been working in private practice since then. She has taken post graduate courses in manual therapy and completed Dr. Stephen Aung’s Medical Acupuncture Certificate Program and Dr. Gokavi’s GTT Acupuncture Program. She is on the spinal manipulation and acupuncture rosters for the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta and continues to take courses to update her skills. Special interests include pottery and dragon boating.
Christine Lees, Physiotherapist
Chris graduated from the Otago School of Physiotherapy, New Zealand in 1979. In 1982 Chris arrived in Alberta and commenced working at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. In 1991 she joined Edmonton Physical Therapy Clinic and currently treats a wide range of conditions, with a special interest in neck and back pain, shoulder and hand injuries and neurological conditions. Her treatment approach includes the incorporation of manual therapy techniques, exercise and patient education in order to accomplish rehabilitation goals of return to activity and/or sport. Chris is registered on the spinal manipulation roster for the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta and continues to remain current in treatment trends by attending physiotherapy courses. Her recreational time is spent dragon boating, travelling and hiking.
Bonnie Ho, Physiotherapist:
Since graduating from University of Alberta in 1999, Bonnie has been working in private practice and also currently with EPSB. She has taken post-graduate courses in the areas of manual therapy, needling (acupuncture, IMS, dry needling), taping (athletic, Kinesio), yoga, diagnostic imaging, and functional capacity evaluations. She is registered with the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta for spinal manipulation, acupuncture and dry needling, and diagnostic imaging rosters, and is registered as an injury management consultant for MVA assessments. She can also speak Cantonese. In her spare time Bonnie likes to run, to travel and is frequently in search of new endeavors.
Linda Ching, Registered Massage Therapist
Linda graduated from MacEwan University in 2013 with a Diploma in Massage Therapy. The program consists of 2200 hours of training in a variety of techniques including trigger point therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, joint mobilizations, sports and pregnancy massage. Linda is a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA) and has been taking further continuing education courses to further expand her practice as a massage therapist. She has received training in kinesio taping and is currently training in the Vodder method of manual lymphatic drainage (MLD). Her hobbies include playing recreational volleyball and crocheting.