In-Home Physiotherapist, BScPT
Bachelor of Science, Physiotherapy (1995)
Bachelor of Science, SSP Biochemistry (1992)
- APTEI: Hip Osteoarthritis, Cervical Neural Tissue Pathodynamics (part I), Foot and Ankle Complex (part I), Sacroiliac Joint (part I), Pain Management for Women, Thoracic Mobs and Manipulation (2001-2009)
- Kinesiotaping (2008)
- MFR Level I, II, Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvic, Rebounding, Pediatrics (2003-2007)
- Vestibular Rehabilitation (2003)
- AFCI Acupuncture, Level I, 2A, 3A, 3B (2001-2003)
- Lower Quadrant Level II (2002), Upper Quadrant Level II/III (2002)
- McKenzie Courses: Part A (1995), Part B (1997), Part C (2000)
- The Lumbar Spine and Pelvis (2000)
- Nags and Snags (1999)
- Isernhagen Method of Functional Capacity Evaluation (1999)
- Working in the Employer Marketplace for Health Services (1998)
- Ergonomics and Injury Management (1997)
- Muscle and Movement Imbalance (1997)
- Medical Exercise Therapy (1996)
- Ergonomics (1996)
What I do around here:
I work exclusively in the IN-HOME Division of Apollo PTC, seeing complex MVA clients.
I became a Physiotherapist because:
I enjoy helping people achieve their maximal abilities.
My personal philosophy is:
Try to be as active as your body allows and enjoy life. Exercise can be as simple as walking the dog to playing competitive sports. Everyone can do something.
What I do for fun:
I enjoy spending time with my family, walking my dog and being active.