Cheryl graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and was the Student Representative for the Global Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Previously, Cheryl obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science specializing in Kinesiology from Queen’s University, where she worked in sport psychology and gained experience as a strength and conditioning coach. For the past two years, Cheryl has lived in Vancouver, BC where she practiced in a private practice setting. Specifically, she worked with patients who had traumatic injuries, orthopeadic surgeries, and those living with mental health issues and complex chronic disorders.
She is passionate about helping her clients achieve their individual goals through education, manual therapy, and developing unique, client-centered treatment programs. Cheryl encourages her clients to actively participate in their treatment and believes in working together to achieve the best possible results.
In her spare time, Cheryl enjoys hiking, being outdoors, painting and playing the violin.