I was lucky enough to grow up in a house where our dinner conversations consisted of everything Women’s Health. With a Urogynecologist as a dad, I was exposed at an early age to all things pelvic floor, childbirth, and everything in between. I hope to make these conversations and topics just as commonplace and second nature for other women as it was for me, and to reach women who may be suffering in silence. I am passionate about educating and empowering women to take an active role in their health and recovery.
I graduated with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta, and started my career in orthopedic physical therapy. I believe having experience in orthopedics’ is fundamental for any pelvic floor therapist in order to fully appreciate the pelvic floor’s role and influence in many orthopedic injuries and pain. I continue to treat orthopedic injuries, but have always had a special interest in treating the pelvic floor (I guess it runs in the family), and have taken advanced training in the field.
My credentials include;