I always knew I wanted to help people physically and guide them in enhancing their overall well-being.
With that in mind, I embarked on a path of obtaining a Masters in Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2010 after earning an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health Science and Minor in Psychology at York University.
Since then, I have remained committed to continuing education and advancing my skills while gaining extensive experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Along this journey, I developed a desire to learn more about pelvic pain and dysfunction which resulted in me becoming certified as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.
As a physiotherapist, my objective for each person is finding the root cause of their symptoms in order to effectively treat them. I work together with the individual in assisting them to achieve their goals and further empowering them. Some of the treatment techniques I incorporate include manual therapy, soft tissue release, acupuncture/dry needling, exercise therapy, and education.
Additionally, as a certified yoga instructor, I enjoy integrating yoga as part of one's physiotherapy treatment for those curious or interested in yoga.
I am a member in good standing with the Ontario and Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Orthopaedic & Women's Health Division), a member of the International Society for Sexual Medicine, as well as an Examiner for the Ontario Clinical Exams regulated by The College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Outside of work, some of my personal playtime includes staying active through a balance of strength training, running, and yoga.
Physiotherapists are registered health care professionals who provide non invasive treatment to a wide range of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries and conditions. Physiotherapy will help restore your physical function after an injury, aid in preventing future injuries, and assist in disease prevention.
Whether it be pain or stiffness, increasing your well being at work, or getting back to the activities you enjoy, physiotherapy can help improve your quality of life.
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