Kathleen graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters in Physical Therapy and previously with a Bachelors of Physical and Health Education and a Bachelors of Life Science. Kathleen further obtained her advanced diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT), an internationally recognized qualification in hands-on therapy. In addition to orthopedics, she is a trained Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, focusing on the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor disorders, and holds a certification as a pre/post natal fitness specialist. Kathleen has also completed several courses in running injuries, concussion management, women’s health issues, breathing training and education, myofascial release, sport specific rehabilitation and acupuncture. Having worked with a variety of athletes and non-athletes, including marathon runners, triathletes, and ultra-marathon runners, Kathleen enjoys helping her patients attain their goals. Whether it be competing at a high level of sport, returning to exercise after childbirth or being able to complete daily activities without pain, her goal is to treat and educate her patients in evidence based practice and to give them the knowledge and skills to be successful in their rehabilitation journey. Kathleen has a special interest in women’s health issues, specifically post-partum care, running related injuries, and ACL rehabilitation. Away from Depth, Kathleen is an active mom to two boys, an avid runner, and overall health enthusiast.