Location: The Beach
Louise completed her degree in Human Biology at the University of Toronto and continued on to obtain her second degree in Athletic Therapy at Sheridan College. She then attended the Ontario College of Health and Technology to complete her diploma in Massage Therapy, and McMaster University to continue her education in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. She became certified as a NATA Athletic Trainer and NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has completed her thesis and osteopathic studies at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. Currently Louise is a member of the OAO and practices as an osteopathic manual practitioner.
Louise has had the distinct honour of working for the Canadian Beach Volleyball Team and represented Canada at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. She has travelled internationally supporting our National Beach Volleyball teams in FIVB World Tour events. She has also had the privilege of working as an athletic therapist with the National Ballet of Canada, the University of Toronto, and with medical teams for elite level events such as the Para/Pan Am Games, Canada Cup Swim Championships, Summer Swim Nationals, and Canadian Track & Field Championships. Louise has been a course instructor with the Faculty of Physical Education and Health at the University of Toronto and has coached for the U of T Triathlon Club. She is also heavily involved with emergency response training with the Canadian Red Cross and Lifesaving Society as a First Responder and First Aid/AED/Airway Management instructor and examiner.
Louise uses an integrative approach utilizing knowledge and skills from a multitude of disciplines to create individualized treatment programs. She takes special interest in the treatment of concussions, pelvic dysfunctions, digestive issues, and post operative care.