Education: HBA (Kin), MScPT, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, Sports Injuries, Foot Injuries
Kate is a graduate of the University of Toronto where she earned her Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree in 2012. Prior to this she attended the University of Western Ontario, graduating with an honours degree in Kinesiology.
With a background in competitive figure skating, Kate’s passion for movement and health began from an early age. 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. More recently Kate has focused her continuing education towards women’s health with a keen interest in pelvic health. As a new mom herself, she wants to help women feel supported throughout the pregnancy and postpartum journey in addition to helping women achieve both their physical and athletic goals with confidence. Kate started her journey with Dr Linda-Joy Lee International in 2018 and has completed the 4-day intensive course in the Thoracic Ring Approach™, is a ConnectTherapy™ Series Graduate (2019). In 2019 Kate also completed the intensive ConnectTherapy Residency program created by Dr LJ Lee, Certified ConnectTherapy Mentor, Lindsay Geddes, and Certified ConnectTherapy Practitioner and Healthy Pelvic Floor Program Lead Jane Bruce.
Kate as a physiotherapist believes in a healthy body and a healthy mind. She considers a positive attitude and regular exercise keys to a comprehensive rehabilitation program.
When Kate isn’t in the clinic you will find her running in the trails or enjoying family time with her two daughters and husband.
At this time, due to change in childcare with the COVID-19 circumstances, Kate is at home taking care of her two young daughters and is not currently seeing patients.