Karly Dagys


Acupuncture/Dry Needling, Concussion & Vestibular Rehabilitation, Paediatrics,

Karly brings a diverse background of skills and passion to the Back In Action team. She completed her Bachelor of Science in the United States as a member of a NCAA Division 1 Women’s Soccer Team and returned to Canada to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University. Having previously worked in privates clinics in Squamish as well as Greater Vancouver Area, she is excited to bring her experience and passion to Whistler.

She has a wide-range of experience working with elite athletes, as well as a special passion for working with the paediatric population. Having come from an athletic background and embracing the West Coast mountain lifestyle herself, Karly understands the demands that sport places on the body and is very passionate about helping athletes return to play!

Karly has attended a number of courses for professional development including:

  • The Foot to The Floor: the dynamic relationships between the pelvic floor and the foot (2022)Complete Concussion Management™ Certification (2017-present): evidence-based course on multisystem, comprehensive, concussion assessment and management
  • Certified Acupuncture & Dry Needling Practitioner (2019)
  • Neurokinetic Therapy® (NKT) certification: finding muscle compensation patterns and improving motor control and body awareness
  • Therapeutic Evaluation and Treatment of Toe Walking (Paediatric Equinus Gait), 2016: Effective examination, evaluation, and individualized treatment strategies for toe walking in the paediatric population.
  • Multiple Neurodevelopmental Treatment Courses (NDT) (2017-2018); postural reactions and facilitation of normal developmental movement patterns (paediatrics)

Outside of helping others achieve their full physical potential, Karly can be found outdoors doing anything adventurous such as skiing, mountain biking, hiking surfing, scuba diving, and running. She loves to travel; where she can use her creative side through photography, as well as try all sorts of yummy foods from various cultures. Next time you’re in clinic, ask her about her latest adventure!


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