COVID-19 PHYSIOTHERAPY AND ACUPUNCTURE SERVICES
In response to the Saskatchewan Government and Public Health Agency of Canada recommendations and Saskatchewan’s Emergency Response Plan, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists/Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association have encouraged all NON-ESSENTIAL OUTPATIENT AND PRIVATE PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES THAT OCCUR IN PERSON TO CLOSE DOWN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND UNTIL SAFE TO OPEN AGAIN.
What does this mean for the patients of Jessica Penner at Inside Out Therapies in Warman?
She will be personally contacting anyone currently booked to reschedule in-person visits.
She will be unable to provide hands-on physiotherapy assessments, follow-ups or acupuncture services until a time when the risk of spreading COVID-19 decreases.
She is working on setting up video conferencing/teleconferencing options for anyone that would fall into this category. More on this to follow!
PLEASE CONTINUE TO WATCH FOR UPDATES ON THE INSIDE OUT THERAPIES WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK PAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ACCESS VIDEO AND/OR TELECONFERENCING APPOINTMENTS!
Jessica Penner, B.Sc.PT., B.Sc.Kin., CAFCI, has been practicing physiotherapy in the local area since May of 2007. She loves the tight-knit community feeling that she experiences daily through her Warman physiotherapy practice. She is very personable and genuine.
When booking with Jessica, you can expect a comprehensive analysis of your body. She will listen to your story in order to develop a relationship to your present concern, past history and future goals. Jessica will be able to use hands-on techniques that will give you the tools you need to optimize movements that are meaningful to you. Her primary interest is to teach you how to control your movement and allow you to reach your goals.
Most of Jessica’s influence is based on her training in ConnectTherapy™ and the Thoracic Ring Approach™ (ljlee.ca). She also uses her training in Anatomical Acupuncture, under Acupuncture Canada (acupuncturecanada.org), the Orthopaedic Syllabus (orthodiv.org) as well as many other short courses that she has taken over the past 10+ years of her career.
Jessica is a proud University of Saskatchewan graduate. She has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy with Distinction from 2004 to 2007 and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Distinction from 2000 to 2004. Prior to that, she grew up on a farm in Southern Saskatchewan taking part in many extracurricular activities and sports. Currently, she makes her home in Martensville, alongside her husband and son. She tries to spend most of her spare time outdoors enjoying each season or inside a hockey rink watching her son!
Jessica is a physiotherapy provider for work-related and motor vehicle accident-related claims.
Hours of Operation:
Mondays 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Tuesdays 9:15am - 4pm
Wednesdays 9:15am - 4pm
Thursdays 9:15am - 5:15pm
Jessica sees clients at the Warman location, where she offers the following services:
For inquiries, please call Jessica @ 306-260-3209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org