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Holly completed her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at UBC, and completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2019, wishing to further enhance her academic foundation. Holly recognizes that her patients may benefit from different forms of treatment, and has certifications in Shockwave therapy, Intramuscular Stimulation (known as IMS or Dry Needling), athletic taping (K-Tape), Mulligan Concept (mobilizations with movement), and Soft Tissue Release. She also uses a combination of techniques such as manual therapy, symptom modification, trigger point release, as well as client education and individualized exercise programs to achieve client goals.
Holly uses a holistic approach, and focuses on the patient’s treatment goals, whether to return to work, to return to activity, improve their sport performance, or simply to be pain-free following an accident or injury. For those that have been injured, she truly believes in empowering clients to take control of their rehabilitation process.
Holly understands first-hand the difference physical therapy can make in a patient’s life. She competed internationally on Team Canada as a high jumper for several years, but struggled with injuries throughout her athletic pursuits. When she retired from competition, she focused her energy on becoming a physiotherapist so she could help others who also struggle with injuries.
Prior to her physiotherapy degrees, Holly graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.Sc. in Kinesiology and a B.Sc. in Psychology, accompanied by a minor in French.
When not working in the clinic, Holly can be found taking advantage of our beautiful outdoor playground: she skis, plays volleyball, softball, and explores the trails with her dog.