Eva Jackman has been a lifetime athlete and active person who brings that passion and enthusiasm for helping others get out of pain and stay healthy. Before becoming a physiotherapist, she completed her bachelor’s degree in Athletic and Exercise therapy in Victoria B.C and had the opportunity to work with the BC Lions Football organization and travel with the Team Canada women’s field hockey team. In addition to athletic therapy and physiotherapy, she has worked in the fitness industry as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor at Orangetheory Fitness, F45 Training and now National Spine Care.
After her undergrad, Eva returned to her roots in Ireland to complete her Masters in Physiotherapy at University College Dublin. While in Ireland she had the opportunity to captain the University women’s rugby team. After working in a busy-private practice clinic in Ireland as a physiotherapist, she decided to move back home to be close to family!
Her clinical interests include back and shoulder injuries, sports injuries and work-related injuries. Through exercise prescription, client education and manual therapy, she loves helping people of all walks of life return to function. She enjoys working with the ageing and elderly population, as she had a strong relationship with her grandparents growing up and sees the benefit of falls prevention and mobility through ageing!
Calgary is the right place because when she is not working, she loves the active outdoor lifestyle biking, hiking and skiing! The mountains are calling!