Christine completed her Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph in 2002 and went on to complete her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Husson College in Bangor, Maine in 2007. 

Christine is licensed both in Canada and the USA.  Christine grew up playing competitive soccer at the club, provincial, University and National level, representing Canada in the World University Games in 2001.  Due to her competitive background Christine understands the struggles of rehabilitation and return to sport in a timely manner.  She has worked with several community sports teams as a coach, sports conditioning coach and therapist.  Her philosophy and clinical vision is hands on, as well as exercise based.  Always striving to improve her clinical skills, Christine has pursued post-graduate training in acupuncture, thoracic spine dysfunction and has attended several sports medicine symposiums.  Christine is passionate about her work and enjoys educating patients and students with anything regarding rehabilitation, anatomy, and exercise.

Outside of the clinic, Christine still enjoys playing volleyball, competitive soccer, yoga, biking and running.

Christine’s philosophy is a simple one, treat patients how you would want to be treated.