Judit
Orban

she/her
BScPT
physiotherapist
clinical skills coordinator
not accepting new clients at this time
speaks English and Hungarian (fluent in both)
judit@scoliclinic.ca

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A little bit about me:

I was born and raised in Central Europe in a small country where scoliosis-specific physiotherapy was widely accessible and performed at many facilities. Moving to Canada in 2015, I felt passionate to spread the ‘scoli-love’ and help share knowledge and support people with spinal conditions. I’m a deeply curious person who has a never-ending desire to learn.

I believe that it’s important to understand ourselves better, as this allows for more meaningful connection with my clients and colleagues. I joined The ScoliClinic team to work with others who are investing in themselves as individuals, and recognize the importance of working together as a team.

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What you can expect in a treatment session with me:

I welcome all clients with varying experiences in healthcare and aim to create a space where you feel comfortable sharing your opinions and preferences for your body and your health. Combining my technical mind with my perpetual curiosity and creativity, my treatment approach is to help you find enjoyable ways to move your body in your own life. I have an endless list of exercise ideas, and can suggest ideas to modify almost any activity or exercise.

I encourage my clients to see themselves and their bodies as whole (regardless of the diagnosis) – not as something to be ‘fixed’. I hope to help you feel capable, resourceful, and perfectly unique as you are.

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Certifications that support my work:

  • Schroth 3-D Scoliosis-Therapie® according to Katharina Schroth
  • Maitland Concept of Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • Mckenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy
  • Kinematic Taping®
  • Mulligan Manual Therapy
  • Fit-Ball Concept during pregnancy and after childbirth
  • Physiotherapist Semmelweis University Faculty of Health Sciences, Hungary
  • Contemporary Jazz Dance Teacher, Hungarian Dance Teachers’ Association, Hungary