Kylie Gibson

Physiotherapist

Kylie Gibson is one of the co-founders of Electric City Physiotherapy.  Kylie brings a wealth of experience back to Peterborough after working in high performance sport for the past 6 years at the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.  While her focus has been on preparing provincial and national team athletes for international competition she continues to have a passion for working with any individual who is motivated to improve their mobility, function and or sport performance. 

The physiotherapists at Electric City Physiotherapy address the needs of individuals with conditions affecting mobility and strive to serve each patient beyond the rehabilitation of an injury. Our physiotherapists use a variety of techniques such as manual therapy, exercise prescription, electrotherapy, and acupuncture to improve performance and function in the affected area as well as to relieve pain. We provide individualized care, measured goal setting and treatment for all patients regardless of age, activity level or condition. Patient education and empowering independence are at the core of our united treatment philosophy.

Book an appointment

For more information on your specific injury or condition, contact us to book a consultation.

What Do We Treat?

  • Surgical Rehab
  • Arthritis
  • Deconditioning
  • Joint Injuries
  • Muscle Imbalances  
  • Neck and back pain                        
  • Overuse syndromes and Overtraining
  • Pediatric musculoskeletal conditions
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Sport Injuries

Our physiotherapists take pride in their customized treatment of the individual and encourage you to become an active participant in your wellness or recovery plan. Our clinicians work with you to optimize performance and sustainability for your lifestyle.

You can book your appointment by emailing admin@electriccityphysio.ca or submitting the appointment request form here:

Becca Watson

Physiotherapist
Becca graduated from Western University with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology. At Western she captained her varsity lacrosse team to 4 years of undefeated championships. She then took her studies abroad to Oxford Brookes University in England where she completed a Masters in Physiotherapy. While overseas she played for both the Brookes Lacrosse team and the Oxford University hockey team.