Webber, PT, CAFCI, CST, is a traditionally trained registered
physiotherapist with over 25 years of clinical experience.
Her practice uses traditional methods such as exercise programs,
manual therapies as well as non-traditional methods such as:
acupuncture, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), manual therapy,
connective tissue therapy, craniosacral therapy, visceral
manipulations, advanced cranial therapy, and vascular therapy.
She has, over the last 10 years, worked in the field of women's
health including problems such as urinary stress incontinence,
urge incontinence, pelvic pain which may include the physical
issues associated with sexual abuse, and nocturia.
She also treats children's urinary incontinence problems.
She treats babies, infants, and children for pain issues,
difficulty with their sucking mechanism, difficulty meeting
developmental milestones, and birth trauma.
Janice incorporates Tai Chi in her repertoire of physiotherapy
methods as a means of having fun while exercising. Tai Chi
is effective in improving balance, coordination, muscle strength,
cardiovascular fitness, slowing the progression of osteoporosis
and general strength. Fun while exercising is also a great
way to reduce stress.
Janice teaches Tai Chi 4 Health and Fitness Classes, short
form of the 73 form, and has been studying the 24 form for
the last 1 ½ years. She is certified in Tai Chi for
Arthritis, Tai Chi for Osteoporosis, Tai Chi for Diabetes,
Tai Chi @ Work and teaches a Tai Chi for Stress Reduction
class/workshop that she developed.
Janice is the President of The Connective Tissue Therapies
Society and the Atlantic Tai Chi Association.