As a skilled, passionate, and dedicated Physiotherapist, Ashley promotes evidence-based physiotherapy and patient-focused care. She is always happy to listen to patient needs and concerns, to answer questions, and to explain the benefits of each technique performed, whether it is relief, restoration, strengthening, or maintenance. She also strongly believes in ongoing professional development and is keen on pursuing post-graduate certifications to ensure the highest level of care for her patients.
Ashley is a graduate of Queen’s University with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, with a specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Concordia University. She is currently a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Ontario Physiotherapy Association. She is multilingual and can provide services in English, French, and Vietnamese.
Extensive training has allowed her the opportunity to provide care to patients of all ages, and for a broad range of orthopaedic, cardiorespiratory, and neurological conditions. She has experience in multiple settings, including sport injury clinics, a neurological and vestibular rehabilitation centre, pulmonary rehabilitation programs, palliative care teams, and hospital acute and convalescent care units. She has also worked as a Kinesiologist in Montreal in the area of cardiac rehabilitation and has led exercise classes for individuals with neurological conditions. Ashley has developed a particular interest in treating vestibular and stroke patients, and enjoys working with older adults.
Ashley’s therapeutic approach includes one-on- one sessions, where patients receive education and self-management strategies, manual therapy, individualized exercise programs and training. In her spare time, she loves to explore the great outdoors and stays physically active through hiking, kayaking, and swimming.