Nathalie is a Registered Physiotherapist and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). She studied in Psychology and Nursing Sciences before completing her Physiotherapy studies at the University of Ottawa in 2009. Upon graduation, she worked in hospital acute care before transferring to private clinic practice in 2014. Having worked with various client populations, she has been able to acquire experience in cardio-respiratory care, neurology as well as orthopaedics.
Nathalie also completed the Advanced Health Care Practice Masters degree at Western University in July 2018 (previously known as the Masters of Clinical Science – Manip) in order to further develop her manual therapy skills, clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice.
Nathalie has taken courses in diverse areas including acupuncture, dry-needling and vestibular rehabilitation. Nathalie also offers pelvic floor rehabilitation for clients who struggle with incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.
Having always been involved in sports or dance, physical activity is very important to Nathalie and she encourages her clients to actively take part in their rehabilitation by incorporating exercise in their daily routine in order to maximize function and well-being.
Nathalie is passionate about her work and is committed to providing quality care to clients. She is therefore often taking continuing education courses in order to keep developing her skills in the ever-evolving profession.