Julie Tschofen


MScPT, Acupuncture, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Julie is a dedicated and experienced physiotherapist who holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. Her professional journey has taken her across diverse settings, from Yellowknife to Indonesia, providing her with a comprehensive perspective on orthopedic rehabilitation.

With over 12 years of expertise in treating individuals with pelvic health concerns, Julie's commitment to excellence shines through her continuous pursuit of knowledge. She has recently completed specialized courses in pediatric pelvic floor rehabilitation, enabling her to tailor her treatments to toddlers and teenagers, demonstrating her adaptability and dedication to her patients' well-being.

Julie's proficiency in the field of pelvic health physiotherapy is underpinned by her proactive approach to learning and personal growth. Throughout her practice, she employs a wide array of techniques and methods to guide her patients towards their rehabilitation goals. Her skill set includes traditional acupuncture, dry needling, myofascial release, pre- and post-natal care, and the management of chronic pain. She is also certified to instruct patients in Hypopressive Low Pressure Fitness™ techniques, offering a holistic approach to recovery.

Julie is driven by a deep passion for delivering top-notch care and education to her patients, particularly those facing challenges such as pre- or post-natal complications, incontinence, or pain with intercourse. Her philosophy centers on the value of movement therapy, empowering patients to actively engage in their recovery and long-term health. With younger patients, Julie excels at creating an environment where treatment is not only effective but also enjoyable.

Beyond her clinical work, Julie finds joy in various outdoor activities, including playing and coaching hockey, skiing, hiking, and immersing herself in the natural beauty of the mountains.

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Latest Posts

The Benefits of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Menopause

Menopause is a natural and transformative phase in a woman's life. While it can bring about various physical changes, pelvic floor issues don't have to be an inevitable part of the process.

The Role of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Children with Constipation

Pelvic floor physiotherapy, a specialized approach to address pelvic health concerns, has emerged as an effective option for children struggling with constipation.

What You Need to Know Before Returning to Exercise Postpartum (PART TWO)

In PART TWO let’s discuss what your pelvic floor physiotherapist considers when making an individualized plan with you as you return to movement and exercise.

What You Need to Know Before Returning to Exercise Postpartum (PART ONE)

An individualized assessment by a qualified pelvic floor physiotherapist can help answer your questions and give you an individualized plan based on your needs.

Are Menstrual Cups and Discs Right for Me?

If you are having difficulty using your disc or cup a pelvic floor physiotherapist may be able to help.

Dyspareunia: Pain with Intercourse

When seeking treatment for dyspareunia it is important to find a practitioner who will listen to your concerns and will provide an effective treatment plan.

PGP: Pelvic Girdle Pain during Pregnancy

It is common for women to experience pain or discomfort in the pelvis during pregnancy.

What to Expect at Your First Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Appointment

Many patients find it helpful to write down their main concerns and questions before they come in. Your therapist will also ask additional questions may be about bowel/bladder habits, GI concerns, pain, intercourse/sexual activity, physical activity, stress, and sleep.