Hilary completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queens University. Prior to this, she studied at the University of Toronto, completing a Bachelor of Kinesiology with a minor in Music History and Culture. Hilary is also a Clinical Instructor for the University of Torontos Master of Physical Therapy Program, as well as a sessional instructor with the University of Torontos Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. Hilary holds her Sport Physiotherapy Canada Certificate, and is a currently pursuing her Manual Therapy Syllabus. As well, Hilary is a Certified Provider of the Shift Concussion Management program. Other additional education includes Acupuncture and Dry Needling, Neurokinetic Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Soft Tissue Release, K-Taping Pro and Sport First Responder.
Prior to entering the Physiotherapy program, Hilary worked as a personal trainer and strength coach, training youth and university-aged athletes as well as general population. She has experience in working with a diverse population, including musculoskeletal, cardiac, and paediatric patients. Hilary is a firm believer that patient education, exercise and manual therapies are key components in correcting dysfunction and return to sport and physical activity, as well as prevention of potential future injury and dysfunction.
Outside of the clinic, Hilary works as a team therapist with Markham Revolution Volleyball Club and Barrie Rugby Football Club. Hilary trains with the Toronto Harriers running club, is an avid skier (both downhill and cross country) and plays softball in the summer.