Certified Athletic Therapist
Varsity baseball and ski teams at University of Guelph
Competitive hockey, baseball, basketball, alpine and cross country skiing
Team BC medical manager for the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C. and the Western Canada Summer Games in Wood Buffalo, Alberta
Head athletic therapist with Quest University in Squamish, B.C. since 2014
Ski instructor/coach with Whistler Blackcomb since 2002
Manager of sport safety and event services at SportMedBC, May 2014-July 2016
Athletic therapy intern with the MLB Toronto Blue Jays - joined the training staff for all home games for the 2012 season
Practicum placements: St. Michael’s College School in Toronto, Ryerson University Men’s Basketball program and Toronto Athletic Club
Some of my guiding principles
Principle 1: sharing knowledge and empowering others to think positively to achieve their desired outcomes is the foundation from which my rehabilitation and training philosophy has developed.
Principle 2: aiming to enhance each individual’s understanding of their capacity to heal and to physically excel.
Causes I care about
I continue to deliver concussion management workshops to provincial sport administrators, coaches, parents and athletes through SportMedBC.
I have been a volunteer and employee with the Whistler Youth Centre for over 10 years.
What my clients can expect
I'm an empathetic listener, dedicated to helping you achieve your health and fitness goals.
I combine manual treatment with a full-body approach to developing efficient movement patterns and a balance of strength and mobility.
You’re likely to hear some of my personalized, self-deprecating humour.
Honors Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy, Sheridan College, Ontario
Bachelor of Arts in International Development, University of Guelph
CATA Certified Athletic Therapist (Canadian) CAT(C)
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
CSIA Level III Certification
CSCF I Certification
Sports First Responder – Canadian Red Cross
Board of Directors – SportMedBC