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Registered Physiotherapist

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist


Member of OPA, CPA

Michelle is a passionate Physiotherapist that loves helping people recover from their injuries and pursue their health goals. Michelle collaborates with her clients to develop an individualized program of care to address their unique needs using a biopsychosocial approach. She focuses on empowering clients to take an active role in their recovery by emphasizing the power of movement and regular exercise for an active, healthy, and pain-free lifestyle. She has completed her advanced training in pelvic health physiotherapy in supporting individuals of all ages with bladder/bowel dysfunction, pregnancy-related issues/labour and delivery preparation, low back and pelvic girdle pain, sexual dysfunction. She has gotten pregnancy-focused training to support people holistically throughout pregnancy and during the post-partum period. 


Michelle’s journey to become a Physiotherapist began with the completion of her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo. Following this, she undertook her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto. She continued her professional development by completing the Level Two Advanced Integrative Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy program which has equipped her with additional skills in the realm of manual therapy. Michelle has developed a keen interest in pelvic health and its’ integration into orthopedic practice. She has pursued additional advanced pelvic health training that has provided her with the knowledge and skills needed to address pelvic-related concerns.

To learn more about Pelvic Health at Tru Physiotherapy, click here!

Physiotherapy aside,

Michelle loves:

Everything bikes (and will happily talk your ears off about it)! She loves to ride around the city to explore new areas and find the best pastries and cafes. Off the bike, Michelle enjoys spending time outdoors camping or at the cottage. When the weather conditions are not ideal, Michelle can probably be found at the local gym, lifting weights and practicing her own movements.

Fun Fact!

Michelle started bike racing in her first-year cycling!

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