Nancy Baxter

Founder / Physiotherapist

BScPT, Acupuncture, Certified Gunn IMS

A native Calgarian, Nancy has been practicing physiotherapy since graduating from the University of Alberta in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Nancy’s love for athletics and fitness led her to focus on sports medicine and orthopedics early in her career.

Diversifying interests and experiences over the years has included much work with arthritis, the treatment of persistent pain and offering treatments for those baby boomers trying to stay health and active!

Nancy is certified in acupuncture and IMS. Today, Nancy’s treatment style reflects her successful integration of techniques and philosophies gained through her varied work settings and many ongoing postgraduate studies.

Nancy brings energy and commitment to her practice, her patients, and to her business Lakeview Physiotherapy & Acupuncture which she established in 2006 along with her business partner Gayle Hulme.

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Latest Posts

Addressing Arthritis Pain Through Physiotherapy

Arthritis is associated with over 100 identifiable conditions that present in whole or part with joint pain, inflammation and stiffness.

Will A New Pillow Help My Neck Pain?

On September 20, 2017, Statistics Canada released a report indicating that up to 1/3 of Canadians are not sleeping well, or long enough. The reasons leading to poor sleep can be complex and multi-factorial – but sometimes it is because of pain.

Manage Osteoarthritis With Exercise and Lifestyle Modifications

Osteoarthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the joints that involves the joint cartilage (the shiny and slippery surface on the end of the bone), the bone underlying the cartilage, and the joint lining and capsule.

Introduction to Bursitis

Conservative, nonsurgical care is almost always the treatment for bursitis. Initial treatments can include rest from pain provoking movements, activity/sport modification, and medications. Medications include anti-inflammatories for pain and swelling, or antibiotics for infections.

How Physiotherapy Helps You Recover From Muscle Strains

Combining exercises to restore mobility and regain strength and function will get back to your previous activities and work sooner, as well as help to prevent any future injuries.