West End (235 Wallace Avenue)

Natasha Bennett

Practice style (Philosophy)

Natasha began her career as a physiotherapist over 15 years ago. She believes in the power of movement and tailored exercises to move each individual closer to their goals. Whether you are trying to get back to the gym after an injury, trying to improve your ability to sit through your workday, wanting to get back to walking around the block or return to the sport you love, Natasha will work with you to define your physio goals and create a plan to work towards them. For treatment, she typically uses a combination of Manual (hands-on) Therapy, Dry Needling, specific exercises, Taping and education.

In addition to completing her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2008, she is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) which is the highest level of manual therapy training in Canada and is an Internationally recognized qualification. Her post graduate training and years of experience has strengthened her assessment skills and clinical reasoning skills, helping her clients achieve their maximum potential as quickly as possible.

Unique Facts

Outside of the clinic, Natasha maintains an active lifestyle. She stays busy keeping up with her 3 kids. She enjoys mountain and road biking, resistance training, hiking and going for family walks with their dog. She loves cooking, watching food shows and eating spicy food.

MScPT, H.B.Kin, Dip. Manip. PT, FCAMPT, CIDN


Registered Physiotherapist
Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) – University of Alberta
Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology (H.B.Kin) – McMaster University
Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy – Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT)
Certificate in Integrated Dry Needling (CIDN)
Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (COMT) – Manual Concepts, Perth, Australia
Certificate of the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (CAFCI)
Rock Tape – Fascial Movement Taping
McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment Part A (Lumbar Spine)