Breanne holds a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University. She obtained her undergraduate Honours Degree in Life Sciences from McMaster University, where she helped design prototypes of assistive devices for people with arthritis and MS.

Her favourite part of working in physiotherapy is helping people progress through their rehabilitation and recovery to get back to doing what they love, whether it’s sport, fitness or daily activity related. Her treatments use hands-on manual therapy, customized exercises, taping and other tools to provide individualized care for each patient, with a focus on relieving symptoms while fixing the underlying problem to prevent it from happening again. Although she has treated all types of conditions, Breanne’s therapeutic interests include sports injuries, post-surgical recovery, chronic pain, back pain, joint pain and muscular injuries.

When not in the clinic, Breanne enjoys multi-day backpacking across challenging terrain, running, going on motorcycle trips and playing Spikeball with friends.