In 2009 I graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and in 2013 I completed my Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia.
My experience has been in various settings including acute medicine, neurological rehab, and geriatrics, but I found my passion working in private practice.
My practice is simple: manual therapy techniques to reduce pain and functional limitations, and individualized exercise therapy for long lasting pain relief and self-management.
I have taken advanced training in dry needling, and manual and manipulative therapy. I have also taken continuing education courses in acupuncture, shoulder rehabilitation, chronic pain, and pelvic floor health and rehabilitation.
My special interests are injuries of the arm and hands, lower back, and chronic pain. However, I treat all ranges of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and impairments.
I live in Invermere with my husband, our baby boy, Xander, and our Golden Retriever, Loki. I enjoy biking, hiking, paddleboarding, and cross country skiing. I love to explore all the amazing adventures this valley has to offer and I look forward to helping keep all of you enjoying them too.