Teresa graduated from The University of Toronto in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. She also holds a bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University. Prior to joining South City in 2008 Teresa worked in Guelph in private practice. Teresa has a keen interest in orthopedic and sports injuries. She attended the 2004 Athens Olympics as a physiotherapist for the Canadian Wrestling Team.
Teresa holds a Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy, a Certificate in Advanced Manual Therapy (FCAMT), and a Certificate in IDN (Integrated Dry Needling).
What makes me unique:
My years of experience (over 20, yikes!) in both the private practice orthopedic setting, in industry settings and on the sidelines, both onsite and in-clinic coupled with my years as an athlete and coach help me to bring a unique perspective to injuries and return to work and sport. My ability to work successfully with multidisciplinary health care teams has been fostered over years of working with industrial workplaces, sports teams and WSIB. My specialized courses in sports, orthopedics, concussion and vestibular disorders also contribute to my unique skillset. I have a desire in helping patients if all ages and abilities and especially kids sports return to what they love and want to do. When not at the clinic I can usually be found at a sports venue cheering on or coaching one of my very active children.