Registered Ortho/Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist
Danielle has always had a strong caring nature since she was young. She developed a passion for anatomy and physiology where she chose to study Biological Sciences at the University of Windsor and graduated in 2008. While volunteering at a physiotherapy clinic, she fell in love with the profession as it allowed her to help people improve their health and well-being by combining her compassion with her love of science.
Danielle is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario in the Masters of Physical Therapy program in 2010. Since then, she was eager to learn orthopedic post-graduate studies in manual therapy, functional soft tissue techniques, exercise using a selective functional movement model, acupuncture, and dry needling.
In the most recent five years, Danielle discovered her passion for pelvic floor physiotherapy while learning from Julie Wiebe’s piston science, and was trained through Pelvic Health Solutions (PHS) to assess diagnose and treat many pelvic floor conditions such as incontinence and prolapse, pregnancy and postpartum, and other persistent pelvic pain conditions for both men and women.
Her role as a therapist is to cultivate a genuine therapeutic relationship with each person and a biopsychosocial approach of treating the whole person head to toe as to get a full sense of the root cause of the issue.
Danielle enjoys staying active with yoga, hiking, and living more mindfully to engage in life with more meaning and purpose.