I am grateful I get to wake up every day and do something I am so passionate about. The power of chiropractic is truly limitless.
I love being able to help people take control of their life in a more natural approach while teaching you strategies to switch from a reactive health care model to a proactive health care model. I also have a strong passion for helping close the gap in women’s health and supporting you through the different phases of life.
While I am truly grateful for what I do every day, my journey to becoming a chiropractor was not a linear one. I always knew I wanted to work in the health and medical field, but I was also very involved in sports and fascinated with how unique and complex the human body is. This led me to studying Kinesiology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Upon the completion of my degree, I worked with individuals with spinal cord and brain injuries as well as children with autism. It wasn’t until I was completely submerged in this field that I found my desire to become a chiropractor. So, once again, I packed up my life and began my studies at Northeast College of Health Sciences (formally New York Chiropractic College) in Seneca Falls, New York. During my time at Northeast College of Health Sciences I completed both my Doctorate of Chiropractic and my Master’s of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition. As much as I loved traveling and exploring while away at school, my home has always been Barrie, and I am very excited to be back and serving the community that helped shape me into who I am today.
When not in the clinic, I can be found hiking and exploring with friends and family, volunteering within the community as an active member of the Barrie South Lions Club, in a bowling alley, or at the rugby field.