Diane Murza graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1997. She has taken numerous post-graduate
courses in orthopedics and chronic pain. She is Gunn IMS/dry needling certified through the University of British Columbia. She is a graduate of the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) series and heavily incorporates this holistic approach into her practice.
Diane has significant experience treating clients with a wide array of conditions from work-related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries and fractures to post-mastectomy and perinatal pain. She has a special interest in treating persistent pain conditions and particularly enjoys working with children and youth.
“My greatest reward is seeing patients restore their quality of life through optimized physical health and the resumption of meaningful activities.”
Through a fusion of myofascial techniques, joint mobilization, dry needling, postural re-education, and core/movement retraining, Diane helps clients of all walks of life discover more functional and pain-free living. Diane speaks French fluently.