physiotherapy at west coast flying trapeze
Physiotherapy with Kyra Klein. Start optimizing your training now!
To book an appointment, message Kyra at: email@example.com
NOTE: Booking times will be first come/first serve, so book early to avoid disappointment.
You will receive a response to your email to confirm your booking & an appointment reminder will be sent to you a day before.
$80 for 30 minutes
$115 for 45 minutes
$150 for 1 hour
Accepted payment methods are as follows: e-transfer, cash, or cheque. Direct billing is not provided but if you have extended medical you will be able to submit the receipt to your health benefits plan for physiotherapy (please check your benefit plan in advance so that you know what coverage you get for physiotherapy).
About Kyra Klein
Education: BA (Psychology), MScPT, Paediatrics, Sports Injuries, Functional Dry Needling, Certified Vestibular Therapist
In addition to her Physiotherapy training, Kyra has 18 years experience as a competitive gymnast, aerial artist and coach. She graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2015. Kyra has been delighted to develop a special interest in Paediatrics and has worked with infants & children for torticollis of the neck, growth & development related problems, pain, CRPS, and sports-related injuries since she started her career in Physiotherapy. She also has experience working with adults of all ages for help with chronic pain and recovery from injuries related to life, sports and motor vehicle accidents.
With her background in gymnastics, Kyra specializes in the treatment of gymnasts, aerialists and dancers. In her practice, Kyra uses functional dry needling/IMS, manual therapy, shockwave, therapeutic exercise, & education to empower her patients to lead a healthy lifestyle. She also has additional certifications and training in vestibular therapy to assist patients with dizziness and vertigo, neurokinetic therapy, running injury courses, and Level I manual therapy with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Most recently, Kyra volunteered as a physiotherapist in East Africa educating other health care professionals and treating athletes. In her free time, Kyra is a trapeze artist, runner, yogi and aspiring rock climber.