Bridget completed both her Masters of Physical Therapy and her Bachelors of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto. Bridget knows the benefits of an active rehabilitation approach, and in addition to her careful assessment and manual therapy treatment approaches she always provides the education and tools her patients need to return to and/or maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Bridget is a highly effective orthopaedic physiotherapist and is pursuing her Advanced Manual Therapy Certification. She has also completed her training in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy enabling her to treat patients with a variety of pelvic conditions, including incontinence, pre- and post-partum issues, and pain. Her experience in pelvic physiotherapy has included a prior role at Women’s College Hospital in the renowned Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute, where she acquired additional experience working with women with pelvic pain conditions.
Bridget is herself highly athletic and swam competitively for over 14 years in many international and high-performance settings, representing Canada at the Pan Am Games and at the World Swimming Championships. Her experience as an athlete greatly informs her practice as a physiotherapist, as she genuinely understands the many factors (training, lifestyle, mindset) that contribute to injury recovery and rehabilitation trajectory. She treats her patients holistically, and utilizes a combination of manual therapy, education and exercise prescription to achieve excellent results. She loves working with individuals of all ages and abilities, toward whatever their goals may be!