Jane J. Bai, PT
Hours of Availability
Wed & Fri - 9AM to 7PM
Thu - 9AM to 2PM
She has successfully completed level I ‘Male/Female Urinary Incontinence’, level II ‘Male/Female Pelvic Pain’, level III: ‘Clinical Skills in Treating Pain’, and ‘Oncology and the Pelvic Floor’ courses offered through pelvic health solutions. She also holds the manual therapy (FCAMPT) level one certificate, which she challenged in 2016. She plans to continue her training in pelvic health physiotherapy and manual therapy.
Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?
I take a biopsychosocial approach to practice to get to the root of the problem and to custom tailor a treatment plan to get you back to doing the activities you love to do! I believe that client education is a key component to treatment but also crucial for prevention of further injury. I also practice what I preach by taking a holistic approach to my own health and wellness by finding balance through running, music, racquet sports, and meditation.
What are the top 3 treatments that you specialize in?
I am most passionate about treating conditions related to pelvic health, such as, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and persistent pelvic and low back pain.
What are you proud of in your practice?
I find my line of work extremely rewarding by working primarily with a population whose quality of life is greatly affected by urinary/fecal incontinence, sexual dysfunctions, persistent pelvic girdle pain and pregnancy related pain. Through education, self-management, and physiotherapy treatment I partner with my clients to assist them in regaining control of a fundamental component of their day-to-day function which is often times kept secret because it’s ‘too embarrassing’ to talk about.
Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?
I enjoy treating complex persistent pain conditions because I get to utilize very new evidence-based approach to help this population self-manage their pain symptoms. I also enjoy empowering women during important landmarks in their lives, such as during their pregnancy or menopause to prevent and manage common injuries/conditions during this time of metamorphosis.