Lisa Flanders PT​


Clinical Practice Area: Women’s & Pelvic Health, Orthopedics

Areas of Interest: women’s and pelvic health including pregnancy and postnatal care, athletic performance in high performance weightlifters and athletes.

As a lifelong athlete, and anatomy nerd, Lisa loves using her skill set to help individuals move better and continue to do the activities they love. Lisa believes in treating the whole person and uses a keen eye and thoughtful assessment approach to identify key areas necessary to restore optimal function and movement.

Lisa began her career in athletic therapy, travelling through Canada with various sports teams. She then completed a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy to strengthen her knowledge and skill set. As a physiotherapist, she began practicing in orthopedic physiotherapy, which she loves and continues to practice, but had a keen interest in pelvic floor physiotherapy. Following several post-graduate courses on pelvic floor physiotherapy, it became a passion for her. She realized many individuals have common concerns related to pelvic health but are often too embarrassed to seek advice, or are unaware that treatment is available. Her goal is to improve the health and quality of life of her clients. She wants to remove the stigma surrounding pelvic health concerns and assist her clients in regaining a connection to their pelvic floor and optimize their health and function.

Combining a variety of treatment techniques including manual therapies and theraputetic movement (strength training, breathwork, HIIT training), Lisa tailors each treatment plan to the individual, viewing each case as unique and designing each to fit the individual.


As a lifelong learner, Lisa has completed extensive training in the Integrated Systems Model approach with Diane Lee and associates, which views the individual as a whole and interconnected unit. In addition to extensive pelvic floor training, Lisa has completed manual training in Craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, myofacial release and most recently physiotherapy training for the transgender and gender diverse individual.




In her free time, you’ll find Lisa weightlifting, running and joining in on the occasional crossfit class.