Morsal’s interest in physiotherapy was directly related to the quality and quantity of time physiotherapists are able to spend with each client, and she strives to deliver person-centered care with a holistic approach.
With dedication to ongoing learning, Morsal specializes in Pelvic Health & pelvic floor physiotherapy, and is offering treatment for conditions such as:
- bladder & bowel incontinence
- pelvic girdle pain
- prenatal/ postnatal care
- sexual dysfunction and pain
Morsal also works as a general clinician and treats patients with a variety of conditions such as general musculoskeletal injuries, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction, persistent low back pain, ICBC injury recovery, and more.
“When we are able to give space to actively listen to our client’s needs we are able to build a trusting partnership which facilitates the process of healing.”
Morsal completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Saskatchewan in 2018 with an undergraduate degree in Psychology. In her free time, Morsal enjoys cooking, spending time outdoors alongside family and friends, and entertaining her two cats.