Tiffany Laporte

Physiotherapist (Resident)


Masters of Physical Therapy
Honours Bachelor of Health Science

Tiffany Laporte is a Physiotherapy Resident with Concept of Movement. Tiffany completed her Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences at Western University in 2014, graduating on the Deans Honours List consecutively. She continued her studies at Western and graduated in 2018 with her Masters in Physiotherapy.

Prior to university, Tiffany was very involved in her community as the captain and coach of many sports teams. During her university years, she continued this involvement as she worked part time at a physiotherapy clinic in London, was a participant of a London volleyball team, and captain of volleyball and badminton intramural teams at Western University. Throughout the summers, she dedicated her time to researching at Canada’s premier nuclear organization: Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, in Chalk River, ON, where she grew up.

Tiffany continued her research experience in collaboration with Western University Assistant Professor Dr. Susan Hunter in researching the attentional demands of patients with cognitive impairments, as well as completing her thesis with Western University Associate Professor Dr. Tom Overend regarding the effect of strength training with patients following hip fracture.

Tiffany has currently completed her Level 1 in Manual Therapy, education in Concussion Management and looks forward to upgrading her skills by pursuing additional post-graduate courses. Throughout her life, Tiffany has been active in a wide variety of sports including volleyball, softball, badminton, basketball, hockey and golf, as well as running and strength training in her spare time.

As a physiotherapist, Tiffany is passionate about empowering people to help them reach their full potential. She is very excited to begin her career here at Concept of Movement.