Physiotherapist Sarah Lord Ferguson uses a comprehensive approach to physiotherapy treatment, including exercise, manual therapy, posture re-training and prehabilitation (prehab).
Sarah focuses on helping her patients achieve full function to help them enjoy an active and pain-free lifestyle. As a skier, hiker and volleyball player, she understands the importance of physiotherapy in the prevention and treatment of sports injuries. She encourages everyone to see a physiotherapist to prevent injuries before they happen.
Sarah has extensive clinical experience. She practiced at St. Paul’s Chronic Pain Clinic, Kelowna General Hospital’s Surgical Ward, and both the Lifemark and CBI Orthopaedic Clinics. She has been involved with community projects, including UBC’s Health Mentors Program, which raises awareness about living with chronic disease.
Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science with Honors in Kinesiology from SFU and then graduated with a Master’s of Physical Therapy from UBC. She continues to build on her clinical skills by attending specialized courses and is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest physiotherapy research. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia.