BSc, MScPT, AP, FDN, Graston, Pelvic Health Practitioner
I graduated from the University of Alberta with a bachelor’s degree in Biological and Physical Sciences. After my undergraduate degree, I completed my Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2011. Since becoming a physiotherapist, I have continued to learn new skills and treatment techniques to further my training; I am certified in dry needling and medical acupuncture, as well as the Graston Technique. Most recently, I have completed my training for certification in spinal manipulations.
My treatment style is largely focused on therapeutic exercise and manual therapy. I also believe that education plays a key role in the prevention and management of any ailment. I enjoy working with clients of all activity levels and ages in helping them to reduce pain and regain mobility, strength and function. I pay attention to my client’s lifestyles, goals and health needs, and I work closely with them to develop an individualized treatment plan.
Outside of work, I love spending time outdoors with my family. As a family, we enjoy camping, hiking, and spending time in the mountains. I also enjoy running, yoga, tennis and snowboarding!