Loves to treat using: Acupuncture, progressive load management and stability/strength training
I love my job because:
There is always something to learn in the physiotherapy world. Completing physiotherapy school gives you the tools to start assessing and treating a variety of conditions, however it’s the post-graduate courses that help us treat people with utmost efficiency. I am constantly scoping out the next course that will better enable me to help my clients. The more I learn the more I love my job as it helps me help clients reach their goals faster.
I especially love working with endurance athletes. I enjoy running, cycling, cross country skiing, canoeing, swimming and rowing. I have an extensive background in both recreational and competitive sports. I feel because of this background I am better able to understand and treat those who have sports related injuries.
See me if:
You are eager to take an active role in your rehabilitation. I love working with people who are motivated and willing to make adjustments to their daily routine to help live a more pain free and active lifestyle. This may involve working hard to change a stubborn postural habit or addressing tight and/or weak spots that we find during the assessment. Either way I will work hard to help you move more efficiently and with less pain, however it will take a lot of focus and work on your part too!
That the answer to any injury is rarely 100% rest! We can work together to keep your cardiovascular system strong while speeding up your recovery so you can get back to what you love doing as fast as is safely possible.
Qualifications and Courses:
- APTEI – Advanced Physical Therapy Lower Extremity Cert. Program: 2015
- CASTED: Fracture Clinic: 2015
- New Advances In Hip Rehabilitation – David Lindsay: 2012
- Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual Manipulative Physiotherapy Course – Level 1: 2011
- The Running Clinic – New Trends in the Prevention of running Injuries: 2011
- AFCI AA2: Clinical Applications in Anatomical Acupuncture: 2011
- Mulligan Concept: NAGS and SNAGS: 2010
- Shirley Sharmanm: Diagnosis & Treatment of Movement Systems Impairment Syndromes: 2010
- AFCI Level 1: Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture: 2009
- Masters of Physiotherapy: 20019
- Bachelor of Kinesiology: 2007