Sarah completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, UK and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Honours at the University of Western Ontario in London, ON.
Sarah has been active throughout her life. She has previously trained as a competitive swimmer and rower, and currently trains for squash, running events, and adventure races. Sarah is passionate about helping others lead and maintain a healthy active lifestyle and has pursued this passion throughout her professional career.
During her time in Aberdeen, Sarah worked with a competitive rugby team, treating acute injuries on the field and providing ongoing care for sports injuries off the field. She has coached competitive and recreational dragon boat and rowing. She has also undergone training to provide running assessments as well as prevention and management of running injuries.
Sarah practices pelvic health physiotherapy and is rostered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario to provide assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor. Sarah continues to train and specialize in this field. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can treat a variety of pelvic conditions including incontinence, urinary frequency and/or urgency, pelvic pain, pregnancy-related pain, rectus diastasis, prolapse, chronic non-bacterial prostatitis, ano-rectal dysfunction and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Sarah is a Full Body Certified Active Release Techniques provider and has taken courses through the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute in the advanced treatment of the pelvic complex and sacroiliac
joint, the cervicothoracic complex, the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), and the shoulder, elbow and wrist. She uses this knowledge and skills to compliment her individualized treatment plans.