MScPT, Hons BKin
Becca’s treatment approach focuses on providing clients with the tools to prevent and treat injuries through education, exercise and manual therapy. Becca has worked with all types of athletes from professionals and international teams to recreational runners and elite dancers. She has been a part of the medical staff for the Peterborough Senior Lakers, Wolverines Football, and Trent Rowing Club. She was also the physiotherapist for Team China in the World Lacrosse Championships and is currently the coach for the U13 Kawartha girl’s lacrosse team.
Becca graduated from Western University with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology. At Western she captained her varsity lacrosse team to 4 years of undefeated championships. She then took her studies abroad to Oxford Brookes University in England where she completed a Masters in Physiotherapy. While overseas she played for both the Brookes Lacrosse team and the Oxford University hockey team.
Becca continues to advance her skills and knowledge through symposiums and continued education courses. She has taken courses in acupuncture, concussion, and non-internal pelvic floor rehab. She has worked with the latest neurological technology and robotics to help those with impairments following stroke and spinal cord injuries. With her interest in neuroscience and concussions, Becca attended 4 years of the See the Line symposium which discussed leading research and management strategies for concussion rehabilitation.
In her free time Becca likes to stay active by training for upcoming runs, lifting weights and trying new sports. Most recently she completed the Chicago marathon. She also enjoys travelling and spending time at the cottage.