Amanda Clément – Compassionate and Motivated Physiotherapy Resident
Amanda Clément graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with her Master of Physical Therapy and previously completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Regina. While completing her MPT, she served on the Physical Therapy Students Society and also participated in various intramural sports.
With an extensive sporting background in competitive broomball and ringette, Amanda has had the honour of representing her various teams on provincial, national, and international levels. From a young age Amanda recognized the value of physical therapy for athletes, but since then she has grown to love the profession more as she has worked in many areas outside of the sporting world.
Amanda enjoys meeting new people and sharing her love of physical therapy with others. She seeks to empower her clients to take an active role in their care in order to invest in and maximize their health. She enjoys collaborating with her clients to better serve them and ensure their physio sessions are individualized to their specific needs and goals.
Currently Amanda is a Physiotherapy Resident working under the mentorship of Jason Bellefleur, President of Bellefleur Physiotherapy. She has a passion for learning and has interests in pursuing continuing education certification in pelvic floor rehabilitation, concussion, acupuncture, and dry needling.
When not in the clinic, you are likely to find Amanda walking her dogs, in a gym playing volleyball, or in a sports arena playing broomball and ringette. Her hobbies include reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.