I graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. During this time, I worked at our clinics as a physiotherapy assistant, which enabled me to gain work experience, apply knowledge, and reinforced my desire to become a Physiotherapist.
I grew up being very active and started competitive gymnastics at a young age. After a particularly serious injury, I developed a respect and appreciation for the profession and decided I wanted to become a physiotherapist so I could give back and help others. I am passionate about helping my patients discover what it takes to recover from their setbacks and reach their goals, and doing whatever I can to educate and empower them to get there.
My personal treatment style is a combination of manual therapy and exercise to assist in their recovery. I like to challenge myself to always learn and grow, which I believe helps me to become a better therapist. I do this through volunteering, trying new things, and taking post-graduate courses to further my education.
I carry my passion for health, activity, and sport into my work – I believe with the right combination of education, rehab, and determination, everybody can achieve a healthy lifestyle and return to doing the activities they love most.
- Dry Needling / IMS
- Spinal Manipulation
- Concussion Management
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Rock Climbing