I graduated from the University of Toronto's Physiotherapy program in 2016 after completing my undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at York University. I am a member of the Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Associations and have completed my Level 1 Manual Therapy Certification.
I have a strong passion for health and fitness. I grew up participating in a variety of sports and completed at the international level in track and field and the provincial level in gymnastics. I also have my Black Belt in Taekwondo. In addition, I assisted with research on accelerating muscle recovery in the published book, Serious Strength Training, 3rd Edition.
As I continued to learn in my career, I discovered the essential benefit of pelvic floor physiotherapy and how under-utilized and unrecognized it is. Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction can occur at any age, even during or after pregnancy and/or menopause. It can be linked to low back pain, hip/pelvic pain, constipation, endometriosis, painful menstruation, and so much more! When I was pregnant, pelvic floor physiotherapy became vital in my prenatal care.
My perspective of physiotherapy is that it is not simply just a service provided for individuals recovering from injury/surgery, but it is also preventative in nature. Just like cars need quarterly maintenance in order to optimize their performance, so do we! Let me assist you in gaining/maintaining your strength, endurance, and flexibility as well as maximizing your daily function. Why not invest in your health and something that your future self will thank you for?
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, Specializing in Women's Health