Stephanie graduated with a BA Kinesiology (honours) from Western University, maintaining a spot on the Dean’s List for academic excellence throughout her time there. Successively, she attained her Masters of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Stephanie is registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a current member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Stephanie has experience in working with individuals of all ages including older children and teenagers. She has a strong interest in orthopedics and believes strongly in integrating active treatment into sessions to enable clients to be active participants in their recovery. Stephanie believes in an individualized approach to therapy and utilizes a variety of techniques during sessions including soft tissue release, joint mobilizations, acupuncture and exercise therapy.

Stephanie remains passionate and curious about the field of physical therapy and continues to take courses to educate herself further. One particular interest is in pelvic health, as it has applications in a great variety of conditions including individuals post partum and those with low back concerns. She is dedicated to teaching students and as such has participated in lab instructor and mentorship duties for the Physical Therapy program at The University of Toronto.

As a former competitive dancer, Stephanie understands the need for a comprehensive treatment plan to ensure individuals are able to successively continue their exercise regimen or return to sport. From sports injuries to chronic pain, Stephanie is dedicated to taking the time necessary to correctly diagnose the issue to help her patients feel their best and achieve their rehab goals.