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Elizabeth graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor of Kinesiology in Exercise Science. She then worked in a rehabilitation setting before returning to school and completing her Master of Physical Therapy degree at the University of British Columbia.


Elizabeth is passionate about continuing education, and has a focus on furthering her manual therapy skills. She holds up to her Level 3 Lower in the Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal diploma program through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She has plans to continue her education in this area. She has also completed courses in the Mulligan concept, Kinetic Link Training and specialized courses on working with runners. Elizabeth uses functional dry needling in her practice, and has completed the Dry Needling Program through Acupuncture Canada.


Elizabeth utilizes manual therapy, exercise, education, and IMS to help patients reach their therapeutic goals. Elizabeth's clinical passions involve sports and orthopaedic physical therapy, with a focus on CrossFit athletes and hockey players that range from amateur to professional. She has been working with the Delta Hockey Academy since 2021, and loves to make sure the athletes she works with can keep participating in their sport. She also enjoyed her experience as a dance instructor, specializing in ballet as well as strength and conditioning for competitive dancers.


Outside of the clinic, you can find Elizabeth sweating in a CrossFit WOD, hitting the pavement on a run, or cheering on the Vancouver Canucks. She has run a number of half-marathons, and completed the BMO Vancouver Marathon in 2017.

  • Bachelor of Kinesiology in Exercise Science with extended minor in Psychology - University of Fraser Valley (2015)

  • Master of Physical Therapy - University of British Columbia (2019)

  • Kinetic Link Training (2016)

  • Mulligan Concept Mobilization with Movement (2019)

  • Level 1 Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Program (2019)

  • New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries (2020)

  • Level 2 Lower Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Program (2021)

  • Dry Needling Level 1 & 2 - Acupuncture Canada (2021)

  • Level 2 Upper Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Program (2022)

  • Level 3 Lower Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Program (2022)


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