“As a physiotherapist, I’ve learned that our understanding of how the body works changes as often as our bodies do.”
As a physiotherapist, I’ve learned that our understanding of how the body works changes as often as our bodies do. That’s why I like to consider myself a life-long student. I’m constantly reading papers and taking courses to expand my knowledge to better understand my patients and their ever-changing needs.
At Access Rehab, we work with all kinds of patients, which is why I am so committed to expanding my skillset. But I do specialize in both pelvic floor physiotherapy for both men and women and vestibular rehabilitation therapy, also known as VRT, helping people regain mobility after concussions, accidents, or due to age.
I’m really passionate about my job and the patients I work with. When I see someone suffering from pain, discomfort, or lack of mobility, it pains me to know just how much it’s impacting their quality of life and independence. Helping people regain their sense of self and feel better is so gratifying.
That’s why I always take the time to ask my patients what their lifestyle goals are during their first appointment. Whether they want to be able to walk again without pain or discomfort, or simply have the energy to cook a meal for their loved ones, it’s important for me to know what they’re working towards beyond their injury or health concerns. And there is no better feeling in the world than celebrating with them when they reach that goal.