Carolyn completed her undergraduate degree in mathematics at Queen's University before completing her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2009.
She first spent her career working in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation then turned her focus to pelvic physiotherapy and now exclusively practices in pelvic physiotherapy.
"I am passionate about working in this specialized field of physiotherapy. There can be such a dramatic improvement in function, and well-being can be achieved in this very important - and often not talked about - area of people's lives. It is important to me that pelvic health and its symptoms can be talked about and thought of in a comfortable and confident way."
She is active in continuing her postgraduate education and has taken numerous courses in women’s and men’s pelvic health treatment, as well as courses in manual therapy and acupuncture.
As a mother of three, Carolyn can relate first hand to the effects pelvic symptoms can have on a person's life. Empowering people to be able to help themselves regain a feeling of well-being through education and exercises is very important in Carolyn's practice.