Heather is a physiotherapist from Penticton, British Columbia. Heather graduated in 2009 from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, in addition to a BSc in Kinesiology. Heather has since completed the Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2015 and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT).
Heather has been implementing dry needling into her successful practice since 2012, and focuses on maximizing the efficacy and comfort of each patient experience. She considers dry needling to be one of the most effective tools in promoting a quicker, more complete recovery in all types of patients – from chronic motor vehicle accidents to acute athletic injuries.
Heather is a former national competitive climber and continues to pursue high performance in sport climbing at her local crag, Skaha Bluffs. Heather’s presence in the climbing community over the past 10+ years combined with her extensive orthopedic background has provided her with a reputation as a valuable resource in understanding climbing injuries. She has also worked with a wide variety of recreational, competitive, and Olympic athletes and dedicates herself to helping these athletes achieve their goals.