Meggan Oliver, PT (she/her)
Adventure Physical Therapy is a virtual clinic offering telehealth physiotherapy sessions, group classes online, and mentorship / education services. Meggan Oliver holds an active physiotherapy license in both British Columbia, Canada and in Colorado, USA. At this time telehealth services are available for those who have a permanent address in British Columbia. Mentorship sessions for other physical therapists or massage therapists are available to anyone in North America.
BSc Kinesiology (Hnrs) and Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT)
FCAMPT (Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy)
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, CAPP-OB and Pelvic Health Levels 1,2 from APTA (USA). Various other pelvic floor courses.
DONA trained Birth Doula
Certified in Acupuncture (CAFCI) and Dry Needling (Kinetacore Level 1, Level 2)
Visceral manipulation courses VM1, VM2, VM3
Completed Dr. LJ Lee's Connect Therapy series courses
Various orthopedic, pain science, sports courses.
Played field hockey for the Univeristy of Victoria and for Team Canada
Mother of two children
Enjoy running, hiking, camping, adventure racing, pilates, swimming, biking, yoga, travel
Pelvic girdle pain
Urinary and/or fecal incontinence
Diastasis rectus abdominus
Pelvic floor muscle weakness
Pelvic floor muscle tension
Pain with intercourse
Physical challenges with intimacy
Neck pain and headaches
Low back pain, hip discomfort
Foot and ankle concerns
Post operative orthopedic conditions
Returning to running and sport post partum
Recovering from a vaginal or abdominal delivery
Preparing for an upcoming birth
Recovering from a breast/chest surgery or an abdominal/pelvic surgery
And more... contact the clinic if you have any questions!
Survivors of sexual assault
Individuals impacted by trauma
Meggan speaks only English, so people who communicate in other languages may be better off to find another practitioner or discuss options with her prior to booking.
Using telehealth services requires basic technology such as a computer or a phone, a reliable internet source, and the need to hear and communicate. Individuals who need assistance with technology or are hard of hearing may need support in order to access care.
Financial Scholarships are available: 1 time per month, a $20 assessment spot is available for those referred by another health care practitioner or support worker of anyone who would benefit from this service. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.