JAN PLUMB (she/her)
Jan was involved in a variety of sports growing up, and spent several years working as a recreational gymnastics coach during high school and university. Her involvement in sports, and recovery from a few injuries, eventually led her to pursue a career in rehabilitation.
Jan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2002. She has attended several post graduate educational courses to further her knowledge in the assessment and treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. In 2011 she completed additional training and began working as a pelvic health therapist. She has experience working with clients to address incontinence, prolapse, painful intercourse, persistent low back or pelvic girdle pain, in addition to pre and post natal rehabilitation.
Jan’s experience in orthopedics as well as pelvic health allows her to take a well rounded and insightful approach to treatment. She aims to guide and empower clients in their own recovery, working towards goals that are meaningful to them.
Jan has worked in clinics in Alberta and British Columbia, with the majority of her career spent in the Victoria area. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, sewing, camping, and exploring the outdoors with her family.
A Physical Therapy Approach for Dyspareunia, 2020
Female Athlete: Ready for Impact and High Intensity, 2020
Piston Science Part Two: Bridge the Gap Between Rehab and Fitness, 2019
Piston Science Part One: Diaphragm/Pelvic Floor Piston for Adult, 2018
Level 1 Continence & Pelvic Floor Re-Education in the Female Patient, 2011
BC Women's Hospital
Modern Manual Therapy: The Eclectic Approach to Assessment and Treatment, 2017
Dr. Erson Religioso III
Peripheral Manipulation, 2012
Assessment and Treatment of the Functional Foot, 2005
Manual Therapy for Muscles, 2001
Caritas Health Group
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, 2002
University of Alberta