Katrina (Kat) graduated from UBC with her Bachelors of Science(Physiotherapy) in 2003. She went on to complete a Masters of Clinical Science in Advanced Manual Therapy at Western University, earning standing as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT). She is certified in Chan Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CGIMS)/dry needling. She brings her years as an Ironman triathlete and marathon runner and her training as a registered yoga teacher (RYT500) to her practice.
Katrina’s sessions involve the integration of advanced clinical reasoning, hands-on/manual therapy, joint manipulation, dry needling (IMS) and specific therapeutic exercise, with focus on functional movement re-education. She believes in the power of mind-body connection and its consideration to be an important element of comprehensive care. She has a special interest in treating runners, yoga practitioners and injuries related to hyper-mobility of the spine.
Recently, she trained with Calibrate, a Pilates training program for Rehabilitation professionals, and has been enjoying integrating Pilates-based rehabilitative exercise into her practice.
Always living life to the fullest, her passions include running, cross-country skiing, road cycling, Vipassana meditation, and finding new cultures to explore and waves to surf.