Sarah has over ten years experience working as an outpatient orthopaedic physiotherapist. She graduated in 2003 from the University of Western with a Bachelor of Science, Honors Kinesiology degree. Soon after she graduated from Queen’s University with a Master of Science Physical Therapy degree, receiving the Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada Award. Sarah was athletic from a young age and enthusiastic about all types of sport. She played competitive basketball and soccer but also enjoyed participating on her high school’s track and field, volleyball and tennis teams. At the age of 14 at a soccer tryout, she first became interested in treating sports injuries after admiring the team physio’s ability to tape ankles. She is a committed lifelong learner who has taken a variety of clinically revelant postgraduate courses in manual therapy, McKenzie, AFCI Acupuncture, Mulligan, APTEI, post-partum and Lyn Watson shoulder courses. She has experience working as a physiotherapist in both outpatient orthopaedics and urgent care settings. She has worked for Queen’s University Physical Therapy program and is currently with the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program helping to teach clinical skills. Sarah loves being a physiotherapist because she loves helping people.
Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?
Patients should choose me as their provider because I have more than 10 years experience working in outpatient orthopaedics, strong clinical reasoning skills, timely and motivated to help you get better.
What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?
Manual Therapy Exercise Prescription Taping
What are you proud of in your practice?
In my practice I am proud of the breadth of clinical experience that I have acquired.
Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?
I enjoy treating all types of orthopaedic cases because I find the variety challenging and stimulating.