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LEAD WITH YOUR HEART AND WITH COURAGE, EMPOWER YOURSELF TO LIVE HEALTHY
HBSc, MScPT, CIDN, FCAMPT
Owner of Tru Physiotherapy
Chair, Division Chair's Committee of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Past Chair, Women's Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Member of OPA, CPA
Devonna is passionate about advocating for evidence-based practice and the indispensable role of exercise and empowerment within the biopsychosocial approach to healthcare. She believes in the power of knowledge and inspiration in uniting all aspects of a person’s health and is truly fulfilled by being able to help others in a meaningful way.
She has practiced in several different clinical settings and has established a strong vision and core fundamental principles that govern her practice. She is motivated to create a safe space that reflects her core values as a physiotherapist, in hopes of inspiring and guiding her patients to take control of their health.
Devonna’s educational background includes two degrees from McMaster University, as well as an extensive involvement in continuing education. She is a facilitator at the physiotherapy program at the University of Toronto and previously, McMaster University. She has also received her CAMPT-certification and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.
She is also passionate about advocating for women’s health and pelvic health not only in clinic, but she also works with an amazing team of women as Past Chair of the Women’s Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She believes in recognizing the pelvic floor and the rest of the body as an integrated whole by unifying pelvic health within physiotherapy practice.
Devonna also believes in the importance of advocating for the profession of physiotherapy and protecting the public. She works with a team of leaders as the Chair of the Division Chair's Committee of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association to dream big and influence change.
Laughing with her friends and family, living an active lifestyle (preferably outdoors), cuddling with her forever puppy, exploring the world through cooking, eating and craft beer & cheering loudly as a proud Toronto sports fan!
She was named after a Toronto Blue Jay (guess who?) + her mom's name (Donna)