Oakville Physiotherapist Lisa started her journey to a career as a Physiotherapist by doing her Honour’s in Kinesiology at McMaster University where she graduated with highest honours. At McMaster Lisa played varsity softball and later worked as a Team Therapist with the varsity wrestling and women’s soccer teams. Lisa graduated with her Master’s in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in Kingston. As an FCAMPT Physio, Lisa has taken multiple continuing education courses and has successfully challenged the Advanced Manual Therapy Exam through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is also an Acupuncture provider after taking courses through AFCI.
Lisa enjoys treating a variety of patients and has experience treating those of all ages with a multitude of issue including neck and back pain, joint strains and sprains, TMJ disorders, arthritis, pre and post surgical patients, patients after fractures etc. She has been taking additional courses in Paediatric Physiotherapy including a recent NDT (neuro developmental therapy) course. Lisa has worked as a Physiotherapist in Sports Medicine Clinics, Physiotherapy Clinics and Gyms in Oakville, Milton and Mississauga. As a Physio, Lisa believes in providing thorough assessment and treatment of individuals that includes manual (hands-on) therapy, education and exercise as appropriate to ensure complete care. She enjoys working on a multidisciplinary team as each specialty (Physio, Chiropody, Massage Therapy, and Yoga Therapists) has something unique to offer. Lisa was excited to volunteer as a Physiotherapist during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games working with the Soccer Teams.
In her spare time Lisa enjoys staying active, going to the gym, running and playing sports and games. She enjoys learning, and trying to master new skills and has most recently enjoyed picking up some boxing skills and stand-up paddle boarding. Lisa believes that staying strong and active allows people to better participate in life!