Tina has been practicing in the field of physiotherapy since 1994. She obtained an Honours Bachelor of Physical Education and Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy, both at McMaster University in 1992 and 1994.
She enjoys working in the area of Orthopaedics and has taken many post graduate courses and has achieved the highest standard in Orthopaedic Clinical Education recognized by the Physiotherapy Association, an Advanced Diploma in Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. Tina is a fellow in the Canadian Manual and Manipulative Therapy division for advanced training in orthopaedics.
Tina has a special interest in the biomechanics of the foot and has been providing services relating to custom orthotics/custom orthotic shoes prescription for a number of years. Tina has a sporting background in gymnastics, and enjoys treating gymnasts, dancers, skaters, and other athletes. She understands the importance of sport in an athlete’s life and will work towards returning someone to their sport as quickly and as safely as possible.
What Tina enjoys must about her work, is helping people through a difficult time, knowing she plays an important part in helping people get back to their regular activities of life. Tina has an interest in treating complex back and neck pain. With it’s common occurrence and sometimes debilitating nature, she plays a central role in the use of spinal decompression therapy at the clinic as one of our many treatment options.