Jasmine Eisenhaur, PT
Jasmine graduated from Dalhousie University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and from Queen's University in 2009 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy.
She has been involved with many different sports, events, and causes, including coaching children in figure skating and soccer, acting as the President of the Dalhousie/King's Figure Skating Club, being a part of the medical team at the 2009 Canada Summer Games, and is part of the onsite Medical Team for the Stollery Family Day Classic hockey tournament each year. She has worked as a trainer/team therapist with many different sports, including rugby, football, swimming, hockey, and lacrosse. She was the team therapist for Team Easton (North Division) of the 22nd Annual Game of the AMHL and of the Alberta Women’s Gymnastics Team that travelled to nationals in 2013. Additionally, she has helped run dryland training in hockey camps for Serdachny Power Skating and Hockey and Ian Gordon Goaltending.
Jasmine has continued her education after graduation with post-graduate courses. She has taken McKenzie Part A and B, has received her Medical Acupuncture certification through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, and is a certified Level 2 Fascial Stretch TherapistTM. (For more information on FST, visit the Stretch to Win website - stretchtowin.com) Additionally, she has taken K-taping and is a Certified Joga Instructor. (For more information, visit the Joga website - www.jogaworld.com)
Jasmine grew up leading an active lifestyle in Nova Scotia and has participated in many sports including figure skating, soccer, track and field, tennis, basketball and ultimate Frisbee. She enjoys being active, which is what helped her lead to a profession where she can help people return to a higher level of function through active rehabilitation.