Born and raised in Sherwood Park, I was heavily involved in competitive soccer. Throughout my soccer career, I sustained several injuries which introduced me to the world of sport science and rehabilitation.
I graduated with distinction from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree in 2016. After graduating I worked as a kinesiologist, learning from and working closely with chiropractors and it was through that mentorship that my passion for chiropractic began.
I attended the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon graduating summa cum laude in 2020 with both my Doctor of Chiropractic degree as well as a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree. During my time at UWS, I learned a variety of treatment technique including chiropractic manipulation/mobilization, soft tissue mobilization and exercise prescription.
Since graduating, I have expanded my knowledge and treatment techniques through continuing education courses such as Active Release Technique (ART), instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), cupping and various RockTape courses. I consider myself a life-long learner and am eager to advance and improve my knowledge and skills to maintain a practice that is patient centred and evidence based. I enjoy working collaboratively with both my patients and other providers to help them achieve their goals.
Outside of the clinic I enjoy hiking/snowshoeing in the mountains, cooking and sampling all the local eats, hanging out with my animals and participating in local community sport leagues.
- Doctor of Chiropractic
- Active Release Technique
- Competitive Sports