Meg is currently on leave and will be returning for individual appointments in Oct 2019. She continues to run the PD Exercise Classes in Langley during her leave.
Meg is a Registered Physiotherapist in British Columbia, a member of the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia, Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Neuroscience Division. Meg has completed advanced courses in the Bobath Concept and Neurofit BC's Exercise as treatment for Parkinson's. She has also completed basic courses in Vestibular and Concussion management.
Meg has always been keen to work with patients with Neurological injuries starting during her degree in Physiotherapy. She started off her career as a Physiotherapist at Royal Columbian Hospital working in all areas including ICU, Emergency and Neurology and has also worked at Ridge Meadows Hospital in General Rehab and Outpatient Neuro. She then moved to Neuro-Ability, a private out-patient Neuro clinic in Vancouver, to work with 2 International Bobath Instructors where her passion to help people with Neurological Injuries grew. She also has worked for the Langley School District to help kids with special needs learn and play alongside their peers. Her varied experience and intervention from acute to community helps her to understand her client's journey. Meg's treatment philosophy is to help the client create and implement achievable goals that will have an impact on their quality of life. Her aim is to help her clients live their best life, determined by them. She brings passion, knowledge, experience, positivity and tenacity to the table as another steeping stone along her clients journey.
Outside the clinic Meg can be found hiking with her dog and young daughter. She also plays recreational soccer, ultimate and pickleball and loves to eat many different types of cuisine.
Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy (2011) - University of Manitoba
Certified Rehabilitation Assistant (2005) - University College of the Okanagan
Completion of Basic and several Advanced Bobath courses
Neurofit BC's- Changing Parkinson's- Exercise as a Primary Treatment
Basic Concussion Management
Basic Vestibular Management
Physiotherapy Association of BC
Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Neurosciences Division of CPA
Meg continues to update her skills by attending advanced Bobath courses and clinical workshops. She is a volunteer at the yearly Parkinson's Retreat (RISE).