FCAMPT, MCISC(MANIP), MSc. PT, MSc, BPHE, BSc, MCPA Physiotherapist, Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.

Liz completed a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Health and Physical Education at Queen’s University. She continued her education at the University of Toronto where she completed a Master’s of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2005. Following, she earned a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2007. After working in private practice orthopaedics she returned to advance her Physical Therapy training by completing a Masters in Clinical Science Manipulative Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in 2010. She also has completed contemporary medical acupuncture training through the McMaster University Acupuncture Program. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and member of the Orthopaedic Division and Women’s Health Division. She is also a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).

As an orthopaedic therapist Liz successfully treats a variety of injuries including both acute and chronic sports injuries. As a pelvic health physiotherapist Liz integrates her orthopaedic skills to treat pelvic pain including postpartum pelvic pain, incontinence, dyspareunia as well as diastasis rectus. Her treatment style includes using a manual hands-on approach as well as acupuncture, instrument assisted mobilization, kinesiology tape and personal exercise programs. This approach to treatment addresses the underlying dysfunction that may be causing injury and prevents future re-injury. She believes in a patient centered approach; by directly involving each patient in their recovery through goal setting, balancing muscle dysfunction and teaching self-management techniques for optimal recovery.

While Liz continues to pursue post-graduate courses in order to offer the latest and most effective treatments she is also a committed leader within the Physiotherapy profession. Since 2009 she has been a clinical lab facilitator and clinical supervisor at the University of Toronto. In addition to providing mentorship for Physiotherapists who are completing the manual therapy levels through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association she also teaches level courses within the orthopaedic division of the CPA. She is also proud to be an instructor for Rock Tape Canada. In her time outside of the clinic she is a loving and proud mother. She stays active by running, having completed a few marathons and numerous ½ marathons. She also lifts weights, bikes, and practice Pilates. When not working out she enjoys cooking and gardening.