Siobhan C. Milner: Strength & Conditioning Coach and Rehabilitative Exercise Specialist
Siobhan Milner believes we’re made to move. She is an exercise scientist with over a decade of experience working with everyone from top-level hockey athletes, to patients with low back pain, to professional dancers, to individuals with cancer and chronic lung diseases. She uses her expertise to help you improve your athletic performance, and prevent, manage, and recover from injuries.
She is a believer in evidence-based exercise prescription, but also strongly believes that all athletic training should be client-specific; specific to your goals, your needs, and your likes and dislikes. Most of all, she loves seeing change in her clients’ lives – whether it’s at the level of function, pain, or performance.
Are you ready to improve your sporting performance, or change the way your body feels? Get in contact with Siobhan Milner here to discuss how she can help you get the most out of your body.
Qualifications & Experience
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Industry Specific Qualifications
- Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist: National Strength & Conditioning Association (USA).
Undergraduate and Postgraduate University Qualifications
- Masters of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences: McGill University. 2016-2018.
- Bachelor of Physical Education, Sport & Exercise Sciences in Exercise Prescription & Management (First Class Honours): University of Otago. 2011-2014.
- Bachelor of Arts in French: University of Otago. 2011-2015.
Other Tertiary Level Qualifications
- National Certificate in Recreation and Sport – Coaching and Instruction (Cycle Skills Instructor) Level 3: Skills Active New Zealand, 2015.
- Certificate in Improving Sports Performance: Ara (Formerly known as Aoraki Polytechnic), 2010.
Improving acceptance and uptake of pulmonary rehabilitation after acute exacerbation of COPD: Acceptability, feasibility, and safety of a PR “taster” session delivered before hospital discharge (2019).
Spinal Manipulative Therapy and Other Conservative Treatments for Low Back Pain: A Guideline From the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (2018). (Non-credited co-author: Employed as a Researcher by the CCGI, and appointed director of Exercise Selection Committee for Low Back Pain).