Priti Jadiya graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Maharashtra University of Health science, India in 2009. Following her undergrad, Priti completed the Masters of Physiotherapy specialising in Neurosciences in 2012.
She worked for 3 years in a renowned neuro-rehabilitation hospital in Mumbai before moving to Canada. With the quest for new experience, she relocated to Canada in the year 2015 and started practising orthopaedic physiotherapy in a private clinic in Edmonton.
Priti is a Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association (NDTA) certified therapist in the management of Adults with Stroke and Brain Injury. She has gained various skills in orthopaedics like Manual Therapy Level 1 from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Spinal Manipulation Series 1 from Jim Meadows, Upper and Lower Quadrant Mulligan concepts, Biomedical Dry needling and Mckenzie Part A: the Lumbar spine. She also completed her Basic and Advance certificate in Vestibular rehabilitation by Bernard Tonks.
She has recently completed a Return to Play post-concussion management course. She has a special interest in balance and dizziness rehabilitation and is currently mastering vestibular, balance and dizziness rehabilitation under the mentorship of Bernard Tonks in Victoria, BC. During her work in a neuro-rehab set up in India, she learnt the importance of a multidisciplinary team approach for any condition may it be orthopaedic.
Our body is a complex amalgamation of the diverse systems working in harmony with each other. This leads to a holistic approach to solving patient’s problems. She customizes her treatment plan by a thorough physical assessment, goal setting, manual therapy, soft tissue massage, dry needling and exercises prescription.