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Kym completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia in 2016. She then went on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy; graduating from Western University in 2018.

 

Following graduation, Kym completed a Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship at the Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Centre working specifically with the rehabilitation of varsity athletes. She was given the opportunity to work with Western University’s Soccer and Rugby teams providing on field medical coverage. She has also worked with High School athletes in the sports of hockey, basketball, and volleyball.

 

Kym has also experienced sport as an athlete. She grew up participating in a variety of sports, however soccer quickly emerged as her passion. Kym played 4 years of varsity soccer at the University of British Columbia, where she finished off her final year as a member of the 2015 National Championship team, and a tournament all-star. She then went on to finish off her last year of eligibility by playing a season with the University of Western Ontario in 2016.

 

Participating as a high-level athlete provided Kym with further rehabilitation perspective. She has experienced her own share of injuries, ranging from minor to lengthy recoveries, and utilizes these experiences in her connections with her clients.

 

Kym has completed her Level 1 Manual Therapy certification, with the goal of pursuing more manual therapy levels in the near future.

 

In Kym’s free time, she enjoys maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle through activities such as hiking, playing soccer, running, yoga, and going to the gym.