Stacey J. Will
Stacey holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy with Distinction from the University of Alberta (1993). She obtained her designation as a Certified Hand Therapist in 1998 and was the second therapist in Calgary to do so, and still is one of very few CHTs in private practice in Alberta. Because of this, Stacey's physiotherapy practice is focused on treating only injuries to the wrist and hand for the past 20 years. She sees all types of patients including athletic injuries, arthritis management, post-trauma, chronic strain / sprain and repetitive strain injury. Stacey's treatment plan may include splinting when appropriate (custom or off the shelf), and patient education and a home program are always the foundation of care.
Stacey has experience working in both a hospital setting and in general sports physiotherapy. She is an educator for the Lifemark Mentorship Program, a member and past Vice President of the Canadian Society of Hand Therapists, a past secretary of the Calgary Hand Interest Group, and an active member of the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta. She has worked closely with many Calgary hand surgeons over the years and networks with other health professionals when necessary to provide the best care possible for each client.
Stacey is a native Calgarian and bilingual graduate of Western Canada High School. When not working you most likely will find her in the rinks, as she is the mother of a Midget age hockey player and a competitive figure skater.