LYDIA CARTER PT
Lydia graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in 2018 after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Honours Specialization in Kinesiology in 2014. She joined Equus Physio in 2019.
Lydia currently holds certifications in: Orthopedic Division Manual Therapy- Level 1, and Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation. Lydia has plans to expand her practice by completing her Equine Rehabilitation and Canine Rehabilitation education, advancing through the levels of McKenzie Method® of MDT®*, and obtaining her acupuncture and dry needling certifications.
She is passionate about improving the quality of life of her clients and helping them reach their goals. Lydia strongly believes that clients need to have an active role in their recovery, so her treatment techniques focus on education and exercise prescription. She also includes manual therapy and therapeutic modalities specifically suited to each client.
In her spare time, Lydia enjoys spending time with her dog Jackson Mortimer, friends, and family; she is always looking for an adventure, loves traveling, cycling, hiking, and baking. She is a cake pop extraordinaire!
*Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy
Advanced Low Back Pain Assessment, Triage and Care Pathways Workshop’: Foothills Primary Care Network
Level 1: The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence