I found Osteopathy nearly twenty years ago after a serious car accident left me with a broken femur and coinciding chronic pain. After seeking treatment from many other modalities, Osteopathy was the only one that relived the ongoing pain I felt as a result of that accident. Being a helper by nature and knowing first hand the healing power of the practice, I realized then that I wanted to pursue a career in Osteopathy. I attended the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, one of the only schools in the world that still teaches Classical Osteopathy, and it was through this educational process I realized that Osteopathy was my calling. It marries two of what I believe to be my strongest skills: being a helper and an innate problem-solver. With the knowledge and skills through my education, hands-on work experience, and strong drive to find solutions, I strive to assist patients in their healing. I know the importance of good nutrition to assist in healing through a holistic process and I enjoy sharing my knowledge of human nutrition to assist my patients in a holistic healing process. I believe in providing patients with tools and education they can use to improve their wellness in between treatments, encouraging them to take their health into their own hands.