Certified Pelvic Health Therapist, BSc Exercise Physiology, 2 years Osteopathy study
Victoria (she/her) is a bilingual Physiotherapist native to Halifax. She pursued studies in Quebec, earning a Bachelor of Science with a specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology at Concordia 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 from the College D’etudes Osteopathiques du Canada (CEO).
Victoria’s treatment philosophy revolves around empowering the patient to take an active approach to their rehab goals and treatment, through personalized therapeutic exercise, hands-on manual therapy, dry needling and education. She has taken postgraduate training in manual therapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation for all genders as well as paediatrics, acupuncture, dry needling, concussion rehabilitation, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and clinical Pilates. 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, weight training and running around with her 2 children.