Working with my hands and interacting with people were always career goals for me. Becoming a physiotherapist and developing treatment plans to aid clients as they recover from injury and return to activity is immensely fulfilling. I feel very lucky to be doing something I find so rewarding.
Always active athletically, I’ve sustained numerous injuries over the years. As a result, I’ve been under the care of no fewer than ten different physiotherapists, one of whom suggested I pursue physiotherapy as a career myself—and the rest is history. I love my work and I’m excited to come to work in the stimulating environment of The Sports Clinic every day.
After completing a Life Sciences degree at Queen’s University, I acquired my BSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Western Ontario in 1997. In 2002, I obtained a Certificate in Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. Then, in 2006, I received my Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT).