Jennifer graduated from the U of S with a physiotherapy degree in 2007.
She’s back in her home province of Saskatchewan after 5 years in the Yukon Territory - where she worked primarily in paediatric therapy, treating children in some of the most remote parts of Canada’s North. She has a special interest in treating persons with neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, TBI, and Strokes. She has a passion for injury prevention and working with athletes so they can keep doing what they love. Be it dancing, swimming or skating, Jenny has a strong understanding of all it takes to perform at your best.
Jenny has taken specialization courses in the Bobath concept. She completed Neuro for Orthopaedic therapists in 2014. This inspiring course focused on treating the person a whole rather than focus on a single condition or injury. Jenny studied the shoulder complex and lumbo-pelvic complex with the Advanced Physiotherapy Education Institute (APTEI). She attained the foundational course for Acupuncture from the AFCI and will be completing her examinations for full certification in 2018. Jenny believes in making lasting changes towards strong bodies and healthy lives. She has the unique ability to relate to her clients with compassion and understanding having gone though a healing journey herself.
You can find her most commonly taking in the great outdoors with her adventure buddy, Harold, the Goldendoodle.