Susan Leung Physiotherapist

BSc. HKin., MScPT, Dip. Manip. PT, FCAMPT



Susan graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a specialization in Kinesiology prior to obtaining her Masters in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University. Susan had planned on becoming a physiotherapist ever since she was a teenager, after sustaining multiple injuries herself. She finds joy and satisfaction in having a career that allows her to assist others in moving better to live better. Susan conducts detailed assessments, and is a firm believer in working together with her clients to develop goals that are meaningful to them. She takes the time to educate clients on their condition, and treats the body as a whole to correct dysfunctional movement patterns and muscular imbalances to prevent re-injuries.

Susan has taken post-graduate courses in Mulligan Concepts and Soft Tissue Release. She has successfully challenged her Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Susan also has a special interest in Pelvic Health and is certified in the assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor musculature.  During her spare time, Susan enjoys jogging, biking, travelling, shopping for succulents, and spending time with her dog Minnie.

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Susan’s recent blogs

The more you know the more you can help yourself!  Check out some of the recent blog posts that Susan has put together for you.


 Climbing pain and your elbow

Rock climbing has gained immense popularity over the past few decades. Last year, it was announced that rock climbing will be featured as a new Olympic sport in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This is an exciting time for both novice and expert climbers alike! But with every sport, there are risks….Read more


 Achilles Tendon Tears

 First, Kobe Bryant tears his Achilles tendon in 2013. And just a few months ago, it was announced that Marcus Decousins had done the same. What is happening to all these NBA stars? What is the Achilles tendon? Read More


 How to put on a Sacroiliac Belt


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