I am somewhat of a self-proclaimed nerd. I enjoy learning and studying. I graduated in 2005, from New Zealand, with my Physiotherapy Degree. Initially disheartened with physio, I went traveling and did various other jobs in the interim. Landing in Canada, I was lucky enough to take on a private practice role at a Physio clinic with a fantastic mentor and boss. The courses I took from then helped physio make sense. Finally, I could see the body was not so random after all. I was able to start tracing back to why problems occurred in the first place. This knowledge has continued to evolve. I have taken on different studies to those normally pursued in Physiotherapy. I believe I have a curious mind and enjoy the search for answers.
I appreciate how intricate and precise the body is. Physio to me is a mesh of art and science.
In my spare time, I enjoyed a wide range of sports and activities—such as Mountain biking, snowboarding, snow skiing, running, rock climbing, flat and whitewater kayaking, tennis, golf, art, yoga, travel, and adventures. These sports have given me personal experience with injury, healing, and determination.
Below is a list of courses taken throughout my physio career: