For 2 decades I have been working in the health and wellness industry. I studied Health Sciences at the University of Western Ontario; I pursued work opportunities as a personal trainer, instructed yoga & pilates, and facilitated meditation programs in Canada and abroad. Next I studied Massage Therapy at The Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy.
In 2010, I began the Osteopathy program at The Canadian College of Osteopathy (CCO) founded by Philippe Druelle, D.O, Physiotherapist and Homeopath from France. I completed the CCO program (5 years of courses and 3 years of research). In 2012, while attending school, I had a serious auto accident that resulted in hospitalization, time off from work, academics, and cycling. The road of rehabilitation was long and humbling. It created the foundation for my thesis on Osteopathic treatment for automobilie accidents.
I was born with bilateral club feet and a leg length discrepancy (LLD). I have a lifetime of experience with what can be helpful for adapting with club feet and a leg length discrepancy. Structural, functional and rehabilitation options are many. In addition, I have been classified as a C5 Paracyclist and when I overcome recent neurological injuries, I plan to return to training and racing.
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