Victoria’s M.O. is movement and believes an active approach to rehab is the key to patient empowerment and success. She has a Bachelor of Science with a specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology at Concordia University University in 2007 and a Masters of Physiotherapy McGill University in 2013 while playing varsity Rugby. She also has partially completed a professional Diploma in Osteopathy at the College D’etudes Osteopathiques du Canada (CEO).
Victoria’s areas of interests are Sports Orthopaedics and Pelvic Health, and is a member of the Women’s health and Orthopaedic divisions of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She has taken a number of special interest courses including: Manual Therapy Level 2 (Orthopedic Division), Pelvic Floor Re-education (L1&2), Pelvic Floor Myofascial Release, Acupuncture (Meridian Health/ APTEI), The Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA L1), Functional Movement Screen (FMS), and Kinetacore Dry Needling (L1).
Victoria has always been an active individual who aims to incorporate movement into all aspects of her life. Outside of work, she enjoys circus arts (pole/hoop/acro), swimming, biking (road/mountain), yoga, crossfit and running with her dog and/or baby.