I was born and raised in Sherwood Park and graduated from the University of Alberta in 2017 with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree. After spending three years working with non-profits as a Marketing Coordinator, I knew I yearned for something a little different (or a lot different). During this period of the time, I was actually a patient at The Bridge as I underwent a hip surgery. The recovery and rehab process inspired me to apply and become accepted to the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program at the U of A in 2021.
My treatment style is informed from my own time as both a patient and athlete. I place a strong emphasis on education and self-autonomy paired with exercise and movement as I think it’s extremely important for you to understand how to manage your injuries or pain when you’re not in the clinic. This way, we can make a long-term impact on both your rehabilitation and future performance in whatever is meaningful to you, whether that’s competing in high level sport or just trying to get back to feeling and moving a bit better day-to-day.
Up-to-date, evidence-based care is something I value highly with my patients and I enjoy collaborating with them to ensure they understand and participate in the treatment choices we make together.
Other than being a physio, I am a BIG movie guy and love the climbing gym. You can find me making obscure quotes at The Garneau Theatre or projecting something way out of my league at Rock Jungle or Factory in my off time.