Margaret Kraeling DPT, CCRT
Margaret graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at the University of Saskatchewan in 1970 and has worked continuously in the field of physiotherapy in both hospital and private settings in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. Margaret’s primary interest resides in the area of orthopedics and craniomandibular dysfunction, which has led her to attend numerous post graduate courses and intensive training (over 3000 hours to date) in orthopedics, manual therapy, and craniosacral therapy in the last 20 years. Margaret has been in private practice in the field of human physiotherapy in Alberta since 1981, both as clinic owner as well as a consultant physiotherapist. Margaret’s personal interest in dog agility has led her to take various courses offered by the Canadian Horse and Animal Physical Therapy Association (the forerunner to the Animal Rehab Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association) in canine rehabilitation, as well as completing her Certification in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in the USA in 2007. Margaret has been an associate of The Canine Fitness Centre Ltd. since October, 2004.