Diane Murza, BScPT
Diane Murza graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1997. She has taken numerous post-graduate courses in orthopedics and chronic pain. She is Gunn IMS/dry needling certified through the University of British Columbia. She is a graduate of the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) series and heavily incorporates this holistic approach into her practice.
Diane has significant experience treating clients with a wide array of conditions from work-related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries and fractures to post-mastectomy and perinatal pain. She has a special interest in treating persistent pain conditions and particularly enjoys working with children and youth.
Through a fusion of myofascial techniques, joint mobilization, dry needling, postural re-education, and core/movement retraining, Diane helps clients of all walks of life discover more functional and pain-free living.
Diane speaks French fluently.