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206 - 14127 23rd AvenueEdmonton,AlbertaT6R 0G4
Ashley grew up in rural Alberta with a love of sports and biology. Knowing early on that she wanted to pursue a career where she could help others, she was fortunate to participate in a high school internship at the local hospital. This is where she first worked alongside a physiotherapist and learned about the many ways that they can positively impact people’s lives. She has since graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy.
Ashley has gained experience with a variety of patients over her time in the field, including her involvement as the student trainer for the MacEwan women’s volleyball team, volunteering with children at the Steadward Center, and working as a kinesiologist at a physiotherapy clinic. Her experience as an exercise therapist heavily influences her treatment style, as she understands the importance of movement for recovery. She combines a personalized exercise program with manual therapy and education for a well-rounded treatment approach for all her patients. Ashley has completed continuing education, Orthopaedic division Level 1, and is a CCMI Certified Concussion Therapist.
Her clinical education took her to four cities across Alberta, and her favorite experiences were in orthopedic private practice and in outpatient neurology with stroke and traumatic brain injury patients. Whether you are an athlete, weekend warrior, have a nagging injury, or a neurological condition, Ashley will be happy to join your treatment team and work with you on getting you back to your goals.
Ashley has been involved in a variety of sports over the years, beginning with volleyball, badminton, and track and field. More recently, she enjoys hiking and camping in the mountains during the summers. She is continually trying to improve her snowboarding skills and is also hoping to take up canoeing next summer.
In her free time, you can usually find Ashley taking her dog on adventures in the mountains, at the plant store, playing spikeball, or trying new local restaurants and breweries around the city.