Keira Forsyth graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Physical Therapy which was preceded by a Bachelor of Education with Honours from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honours from the University of British Columbia Okanagan.

She enjoys treating patients of all ages from all walks of life. Keira strives to give individualized care to each of her clients, focusing on a client centred approach. Keira enjoys treating her clients with her manual skills learned throughout her postgraduate courses. While Keira loves treating orthopaedic injuries, she also has a passion and specializes in Pelvic Floor/Women’s Health issues. She has a passion for treating pelvic health conditions including but not limited to: Stress Urinary Incontinence, Urge Urinary Incontinence, Mixed Urinary Incontinence, Prolapse (Bladder, Uterine, Rectal), Fecal Incontinence, Diastasis, Dyspareunia (painful intercourse), Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Pre and Postpartum issues. 

It is very important to Keira to continually increase her knowledge base not only for her own benefit but most importantly her clients. That is why she continually pursues evidence based postgraduate courses.

Outside of work, Keira keeps herself busy at the barn riding and training her multiple horses. Keira has a wide variety of riding, training and showing experience over the years: Western Pleasure, Open Showing, Barrel Racing, Jumpers and Eventing. The experience in many different disciples allows her to know the expectations and physical demands of each sport, allowing for individualized treatments. Keira also enjoys a number of physical activities including yoga, running and weight lifting. 



  • Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, 2014

  • University of Alberta, Bachelor of Education with Honours, 2012

  • University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Arts with Honours, Psychology, 2006

  • Treating Urinary Incontinence: Pelvic Floor Muscle Re-Education and Behavioural Techniques  

  • AA1: Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture 

  • AA2: Clinical Application of Anatomical Acupuncture  

  • CPR – Healthcare Provider                       

  • Kinesio Taping: K1 and K2                        

  • Mobilization of Muscles (Charlie Kelly)         

  • Introduction to the Equine Patient - Independent Study       

  • Introduction to the Equine Patient 

  • MVA Accident Patient  (Swodeam Institute) 

  • Series II Certificate in Manual Therapy (Peripheral Manipulations) (Swodeam Institute) 

  • Series I Certificate in Manual Therapy (Spinal Manipulations) (Swodeam Institute), ACMT

  • Biomedical Dry Needling Certification, BDN

  • Advanced Equine Rehabilitation

  • Equine Dissection Collaboration

  • Concussion - What About the Neck?

  • Ultrasound Guided Dry Needling and Advanced Manual Therapy Techniques

  • Level 1: The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence

  • Diploma In Equine Rehabilitation 

  • Ultrasound Guided Dry Needling for Tendinopathy


“Physical therapy is a team endeavour, the physiotherapist is the coach and the client the star athlete."


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Phone: 587-493-0444
Fax: 587-493-9826
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