Kayla graduated from the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program in 2012, and has been working in outpatient private practice ever since. She has worked with all ages and a multitude of musculoskeletal injuries, including motor vehicle accidents and work-related injuries. She treats primarily using the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT). This is an evidence-based assessment and management protocol. Treatment is primarily exercise-based, promoting the body’s potential to repair itself, and empowering the client towards self-management. This decreases dependence on passive interventions, and promotes restoration of function. This allows the client to better understand what is happening in their body and become an active participant in their recovery. Education is a key component of this treatment method.
Kayla also has a special interest in working with chronic neurological populations such as clients with multiple sclerosis, who have functional goals, and are seeking to improve their daily function, gait, balance, strength, and become more independent. She is also interested in working with a geriatric population whose goals are the same as above, including falls prevention, or are looking to become more physically active and prevent overall de-conditioning due to inactivity.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Danielle is a Registered Physiotherapist who graduated from Western University in 2010. Since then she has helped clients recover from a variety of issues including sports injuries, everyday aches and pains, work related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and cancer rehabilitation.
Danielle takes a biopsychosocial and client centered approach to her treatments. She enjoys learning and staying up to date on current practices to help get her clients achieve their best outcomes.
Danielle has a special interest in pelvic health physiotherapy and is very experienced in assessing and treating women and men with a variety of different pelvic health conditions.
In her free time, she stays busy with her two young children, enjoys spending time with her close family and friends and staying healthy through many forms of physical fitness (weight training, running, hiking and yoga).
Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
PLEASE NOTE KAITLYN IS ON CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE.
Kaitlyn graduated from McMaster University’s Physiotherapy program in 2009.
Kaitlyn’s interest in pelvic physiotherapy grew from her own personal experiences while being pregnant with and experiencing post partum struggles after the birth of her two sons. After seeing a pelvic physiotherapist herself, she felt empowered to guide her body towards recovery. She has since directed her continuing education efforts in the area of pelvic health and is now a certified pelvic health physiotherapist. She is committed to helping and advocating for people who are struggling with pelvic health issues.
Pelvic floor dysfunction and persistent pelvic pain are common problems that affect any age groups and both genders, but can be treated with the right education and treatment with a specialized pelvic health physiotherapist. Kaitlyn looks forwards to working with these clients to help them meet their recovery goals!