Kristy was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. She completed her undergraduate degree in Foods and Nutrition at the University of Prince Edward Island in 2013. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. Kristy has always been involved in athletics, having competed for four years as a varsity field hockey player during her undergraduate degree, which has allowed her to gain a better understanding of sport related injuries and human kinetics.
Kristy believes in a balanced approach to health, encompassing both nutrition and physical activity. Her passions include field hockey, long distance running, trail running and being outdoors. Her philosophy for successful rehabilitation includes fostering a strong therapeutic relationship, carefully prescribed exercise, Manual Therapy and hard work. Kristy looks forwards to furthering her skills as a Physiotherapist by pursuing certification in advanced Manual Therapy courses and IMS Dry Needling.
Running Injury Prevention
Shoulder Injury and Dysfunction
Acute Strains and Pain