Paige's own experience healing from sport related injuries is what drew her towards a career in Physiotherapy. Paige completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta. In her spare time, she coached baseball and Special Olympic athletes. She also worked as a Research Assistant at the Physical Activity and Diabetes Laboratory studying the effects of exercise during pregnancy.
After graduating with distinction, Paige took her studies internationally and completed her Master of Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland, Australia. There she studied under industry leading practitioners in musculoskeletal health.
In her clinical practice, Paige takes a patient-centered approach to care, tailoring her treatment plans to meet the needs and goals of each individual. Paige firmly believes in the power of education and collaborates closely with her patients, empowering them to take an active role in their recovery. Her holistic approach combines evidence-based treatments, hands-on techniques, and therapeutic exercises to achieve the best possible outcomes for her patients.
Paige is a registered member of the College of Physiotherapists of British Columbia and a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Her commitment to staying updated on the latest advancements in physiotherapy ensures that her patients receive the highest standard of care.
Paige's warm and friendly demeanour, coupled with her expertise, makes her an approachable and trustworthy physiotherapist dedicated to helping her patients regain their mobility, reduce pain, and improve their overall quality of life.
In her spare time, Paige can be found playing recreational sports, running, biking, hiking or paddle-boarding. In the winter months she enjoys snowboarding. You may also catch her enjoying a Sunday morning brunch at one of the many delightful cafe's in Vancouver. Paige looks forward to working with you to reach your rehabilitation goals and get you back to the activities that you love.