“I love what I do because I have the privilege of partnering with my clients to get them moving, recovered, and back to doing what they love.”
Sarah received her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2014 at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and has been practicing in a multi-disciplinary setting for the past 7 years. She has provided post-traumatic and post-operative rehabilitation for accident victims and sport-related injuries as well as served a large caseload of postural-related issues presented by office and manual workers.
She focuses on spinal mobility and spinal health as well as extremity conditions by implementing evidence-based, patient-centered approaches. She is a great team player, a promoter of healthy living, and champions chiropractic care in her community. She has engaged in numerous advocacy work for the profession while working in an interprofessional hospital setting.
She is currently in London for a new challenge, to enjoy this wonderful city (including the food and football!), and to contribute her skills and enthusiasm to this team of like-minded health practitioners who are passionate about providing high-quality, compassionate care.