Kate is a graduate of the University of Toronto where she earned her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy degree in 2012. Prior to this she attended the University of Western Ontario, graduating with an honors degree in Kinesiology.
With a background in competitive figure skating, Kate’s passion for movement and health began from an early age. Kate spent her high school years teaching tennis in Switzerland at an international school for children in addition to running an athletics program during her summers on Georgian Bay.
Since completing her Physical Therapy degree Kate has completed both her level 1 and level 2 manual therapy certifications through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Kate continued to pursue her desire to understand more about a “wholistic approach” to treating her clients and has completed Dr. Linda-Joy (LJ) Lee’s, ConnectTherapy Series. After the birth of her first daughter Kate began to pursue more training in women’s health through Pelvic Health Solutions – with a focus on pelvic floor health.
Kate as a physiotherapist believes in a healthy body and a healthy mind. She believes that a multidisciplinary approach is critical in treating all aspects of our health in order to achieve our full potential physically.
When Kate isn’t in the clinic you will find her running, playing tennis or enjoying family time with her two young daughters and husband.
- Undergraduate degree from University of Western Ontario
- Masters of Physiotherapy from University of Toronto
Kate has pursued additional post-graduate training in the following areas:
- Level 1 and level 2 manual therapy
- ConnectTherapy Series