Megan graduated from the University of Ottawa, where she completed her Master of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Prior, she graduated in 2016 from the University of Ottawa with a BSc honours in Biomedical Sciences. She is bilingual, completed her Master’s in French, making her comfortable communicating in both French and English.
She has continued to add to her skillset by completing her Level 1 and Level 2 Manual Therapy Upper and Lower courses with the National Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is also certified with Anatomical Intramuscular stimulation to provide dry needling. She has also completed her certification as a clinical athlete powerlifting coach, meaning she can help modify weight training variables to accommodate for injuries during rehabilitation.
Megan carries a wealth of knowledge from a patient perspective as she has worked hard to rehabilitate multiple injuries; she knows how patience and dedication will pay off in physiotherapy, as she has made it back to competitive powerlifting at the Canadian National level after hip surgery.
Megan is an empathic individual who derives joy from movement, learning, and being challenged. She aims to foster her values of humour, kindness, respect, connection, learning and growth within her clinical practice. When not in the clinic, Megan is most likely to be found in the gym powerlifting or exploring a new hiking trail. She advocates for and lives an active lifestyle, seeking as much time outdoors as possible.
Megan believes movement is an essential part of life satisfaction and is eager to help you get back to the activities that bring you joy in your own life. Whether it be post-surgical rehabilitation, sporting injuries, or nagging issues… let’s get to work!