Kate completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University, where she was also a member of the Women’s NCAA Varsity Soccer team.
She then spent time working as a Kinesiologist and volunteering as a Therapeutic swim instructor, helping adults with Cerebral Palsy achieve their rehabilitation goals. She followed this with a Master of Physical Therapy Degree at University of British Columbia. During degree she received the Evert Boxtart Memorial Award for completion of clinical education with distinction and community involvement.
Kate’s desire to become a physiotherapist stemmed from her personal experience with injuries while participating in sports. While attending physiotherapy she was able to experience the positive impact of the Integrated Systems Model approach and has since completed the ISM Series in 2022. She has also completed post-graduate training in orthopaedics (Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Program Level 1, Level 2 UQ), Matt & Reformer Pilates and Dry Needling (AN-IMS). Additionally, she has taken further training for Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy pertaining to incontinence and prolapse through Pelvic Health Solutions.
Outside of the clinic, Kate can be found on the move with her hiking boots, bike or skis.