- Brenda Scott-Thomas
- Heather Finn
- Megan Robinson
- Julie Frame
- Dana Scott-Thomas
- Karah Klodt
- Jessica Baglole
- Andrea Barrie
After growing up in Ottawa, I moved west and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at McMaster University in 2011, followed by my Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2013. After starting my career in a hospital setting and then moving to orthopedic private practice in Toronto for four years, I’ve now made Guelph my home.
I have continued to develop my clinical skills by pursuing continuing education courses, such as certification with the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, where I am pursuing level 2 certification. I have also completed the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture for Health Professionals, as well as a variety of courses such as McKenzie and Mulligan concept.
My approach to assessment and treatment utilizes my educational and clinical experiences to determine the underlying cause of injury. I then can tailor the treatment plan to optimize recovery utilizing manual therapy, exercise prescription, as well as education on injury prevention and health promotion for the specific goals of each client.
My passion for physiotherapy came naturally from enjoying many different sports that started at a young age. In my free time, I remain active with some favorite sports such as running, soccer, curling and skiing. The most rewarding part of my job is to help clients return to the sports and activities that they love as well!