Emily graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters in Physical Therapy. Since then, Emily has continued to pursue further training in orthopaedic manual therapy, myofascial release, acupuncture, taping and pelvic floor courses. She has also participated in a sports therapy placement in Brisbane, Australia to further study sports related manual therapy techniques. Her experience with a diverse clientele, including athletes, weekend-warriors, and overuse injuries has helped her develop her an approach to be pain-free and functional as soon as possible. Emily’s treatment style is hands-on, one on one with no assistants, using manual skills to release the muscles, mobilize the joints and then giving appropriate exercises to stabilize.
Emily continues to expand her knowledge in both woman’s health and pelvic floor and using both internal and external techniques she treats a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions such as incontinence, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, prolapse, diastasis recti, pre and post-natal care.
With a background in competitive volleyball and volleyball coaching, she continues to maintain an active lifestyle. She currently enjoys beach volleyball, hiking, pilates, and travelling as often as she can.
Master in Physical Therapy
Bachelor of Science with Major in Kinesiology
St. Francis Xavier University
- Kinesio Taping Pro Therapist Course
- Soft Tissue Release, STR Workshop
- Pelvic Floor Therapy Level 1-III
- AA1 Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture
- Ontario Physiotherapy Interaction Conference Presenter
- Advanced Infection Control workshops and Interprofessional Education & Practice workshops
- Woman’s Health and Wellness
- Manual Therapy
- Overuse injuries
- Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
- Sports Physiotherapy
Alberta College of Physiotherapy
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