Prior to attaining her Master’s of Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia in 2013, Katherine received her Masters of Human Kinetics in 2008 and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2005.
Katherine began working as a neurological physiotherapist in British Columbia, where she treated both adults and children alike. Katherine focuses her practice on integrating both neurological and orthopedic specific training with all of her clients. Katherine is a life long learner and has continued to take courses and expand her knowledge since graduating. Presently she has taken courses in such areas as: neuro-developmental treatment/bobath, concussion management, vestibular rehabilitation, dynamic tapping, soft tissue release and the thoracic ring approach and connect therapy. She also has her level 2 acupuncture and is a CAFCI certified therapist.
Katherine has a keen interest in research, where she has spent more then 8yrs researching and working in the neurosciences field, which has resulted in three publications and numerous conference presentations.
As one of the team therapists for the Canadian Women’s National Sledge Hockey team and as a former Provincial wheelchair basketball player, Katherine has a specific clinical focus and passion for working with individuals who are involved in para sport, as well clients, both adult or child, who may suffer from neurological or associated injuries.
Katherine has a wide breadth of experience with a variety of both common to rare diagnosis. She takes a functional hands on approach to all of her treatment sessions and strives to provide each client with the utmost quality of care.
In her spare time, Katherine enjoys spending time with her husband and her young daughter. She enjoys hiking, biking and being out doors.