Megan was raised in Richmond, BC where she grew up playing a variety of sports and activities including soccer, softball, gymnastics, swimming, and field hockey. Her passion for working with children began while she was a gymnastic and soccer coach. It was there she learned fun and innovative ways to teach functional skills.
These experiences led her to study Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia where she graduated head of her class. Here, she volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House, UBC’s Accessibility Services and the BC Wheelchair Basketball Society. With a strong desire to further understand the human body and functional movement, Megan went on to the University of Toronto to complete her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. During her clinical internships, she developed specific skills working with children with neurological conditions, cystic fibrosis, torticollis, cerebral palsy, sport injuries and autism spectrum disorder. Through these varied experiences, Megan realized her true interest for working with all paediatric populations, from 0 to 18 years of age.
Megan is committed to working together with patients and families to reach their goals, whatever they may be! She recognizes that each child’s journey is unique and she is dedicated to designing individualized treatment plans to help them reach their full potential.
Outside of the clinic, Megan enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, staying active, and travelling the world!