Courtney went to Dalhousie University for her Master of Science in Physiotherapy, after her BSc in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University. Courtney grew up playing a variety of competitive sports, which fostered an interest in the connection between the human body, physical function and human movement, and from there to physiotherapy. Today, Courtney uses her background in competitive sports to aid in building sport specific exercise programs. Whether you need to improve your speed, agility, power, flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, endurance or accuracy, Courtney will ensure you are provided with sport specific programs personalized and tailored to improve your performance and prevent future injuries. Courtney has continued her passion for sports and is currently a member of Toronto Sport and Social Club playing a variety of sports including soccer, softball and beach volleyball. Courtney is also an avid hockey player and a true Toronto sports fan (Go Leafs!) Courtney’s treatment philosophy encourages patients to be active participants in their rehabilitation by providing them the knowledge, guidance and resources to ensure long term resolution of a wide array of injuries and conditions. Courtney believes the right combination of exercise therapy, education and alternative interventions such as electrical modalities, therapeutic taping, dry needling, etc., is the key to rehabilitation success. Courtney is trained in Dry Needling to treat a variety of musculoskeletal, myofascial syndromes and soft tissue injuries. Courtney has completed her Level 1 Neurokinetic Therapy, aimed at treating and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns, and is continuing her post-graduate education with courses in clinical skills and intervention techniques.