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What do I do?

I am a Registered Kinesiologist that works in multiple capacities. One aspect is working in a clinic with injured athletes sourcing and addressing the origin of their dysfunction, not necessarily where the pain is. I also work as a Sports Therapist, travelling with club and provincial teams, treating injuries, taping athletes, managing dynamic warm-ups, cool down and athlete recovery. The third aspect is as a strength coach with athlete individual athletes and teams in a training capacity


Who do I work with?

I work with athletes and individuals who are injured and recovering as well as clients looking to improve their performance in an athletic capacity.

What do I do when I travel?

I have toured across North America primarily with Rugby Ontario as a Sports Therapist. When travelling I am the point of contact with athletes and coaches to manage pre-existing injuries or ones that arise during the competition. I treat and use various athletic taping techniques to ensure that athletes can compete. I am also responsible for running dynamic warm-ups, cool downs and recovery sessions.

How did I get into the field?

My fourth-year university placement at Sportside Medical Services became my job once I graduated. I then wrote my entry to practice exam to become a registered kinesiologist. Since graduating I have taken continuing education course and certification including emergency first responder, Neurokinetic Therapy, Reconditioning and more to become accredited and competent to work in a multifaceted capacity.

Do I only work with athletes?

I work primarily with athletes, however, if you're interested in improving your movement capacity we can work together to achieve your goals .

Am I a Personal Trainer? Athletic Therapist? Physiotherapist? What’s the difference?

No to all of the above. I am a Kinesiologist, which is a registered health profession just like physiotherapy, nurses, chiropractors, and doctors. My background in athletics, physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, and strength and condition provide me with the knowledge and skillset to work in many roles .

How can I work with you/use your service?

I would love to hear from you if you're interested in working together. You can get in contact with me via email.

As an athlete do I only need your services in the offseason/when I'm injured?

No. A common misconception is that training only needs to be done in the offseason. Although the majority of intense training can be achieved in the offseason, in-season training is a great way to prevent injuries, maintain strength, and manage competition volume #LoadManagement