Angie graduated from the University of Western Ontario in Kinesiology and with her BHSc(PT) from McMaster University. At Western she was an Undergraduate volunteer at the JC Kennedy Athletic Injuries Clinic and at McMaster she received a University Wide Award for Special Achievement.
She has attended the Canadian Physiotherapy National Congress on numerous occasions and has also presented there. Angie has done extensive postgraduate work with the Applied Physical Therapy Education Institute among numerous other courses and Certifications including several recently.
Angie has an early background treating in hospital settings including the ICU and the Cardiac Care Unit. Her current practice is in Musculoskeletal and Sport Injuries. Some of the conditions she treats include: Low back pain and Sciatica, Neck Pain, Headache, Postural Dysfunction, Post Mastectomy Cording, Joint Replacements, Fractures, Tendon Ruptures, Rotator Cuff (Shoulder) Injuries, Muscle Strains, Ankle and Knee Injuries, Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow, SI Joint and Hip Pain, Osteoarthritis and Pre and Post Op Conditions.
Angie’s focus for her patients is to alleviate pain, restore function, and promote movement and to facilitate the achievement of patients’ goals.
Angie rowed competitively for the University of Western Ontario and was a National Senior Women’s Softball Championship team member, she has played numerous sports competitively over the years. She has a very large family and enjoys the outdoors, particularly hiking. Angie is also a published author. Angie Marsman, BHSc(PT), BA Hons (Kin), PT.