Kara Montieth

Physiotherapist

MPT

  • Kara obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Great Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. Two years later she completed her Masters of Physical Therapy. Upon convocation, Kara received the award for the highest aggregate grade in academic and clinical physiotherapy courses for her graduating class.
  • Kara is committed to assisting individuals of all ages through a holistic, patient-centered approach that utilizes manual therapy, education, functional movement recovery and strengthening. She is also certified in biomedical dry needling.
  • Outside of her physical therapy practice, Kara enjoys a multitude of activities such as running, biking, golfing, playing soccer, fishing or relaxing at her family cabin. She is excited to be a part of the Humboldt community!



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