MScPT, BScKin, CAFCI, IMS
Jamie completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. After working for a year in Edmonton, Jamie decided in 2015 to continue her practice in Vancouver. Beyond her MSc, Jamie has her Medical Acupuncture Certification (CAFCI – Foundation of Canada Institute) as well as functional dry needling and IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) certification.
Jamie’s desire to pursue physiotherapy as a career stemmed from her lifetime involvement in competitive sports. She keeps active with squash, soccer, running, and weightlifting. Jamie is an avid squash player and has competed on both a provincial and national level. She is also a fitness instructor and loves helping people move toward their fitness goals and potential. Over the years, Jamie has sustained several sporting injuries requiring the expertise of a physiotherapist and understands the importance of rehabilitation and injury prevention. Jamie’s practice extends to treating people of all ages and abilities. As a physiotherapist, Jamie believes that it is important to use individualized treatment plans to achieve each client’s personal goals. Through the use of a variety of different treatment techniques she aims to help her patients recover, understand their injuries, address the underlying causes, and prevent future injuries.