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Kim received her degree in Physiotherapy from University of Saskatchewan in 1991. She has had extensive experience working in sports medicine clinics in Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary. She has post-graduate certificates in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (Part A), a diploma in Sports Physiotherapy, and a certificate in Medical Acupuncture and Gunn IMS (dry needling). Kim did advanced training in Bejing, China further honing the art and science of her acupuncture knowledge.
Working with athletes has always been an area of interest. Kim has been on medical teams at the World University Games, Commonwealth Games, Pan Am Games, Canada Games, World Police and Fire Games and worked at many international, national and provincial sporting events. She has had the good fortune of working with hockey athletes from Tyke to the NHL and Olympic Teams.
Kim is a soccer/hockey mom who tries to fit in her own love of skiing and cycling or just getting out to walk the dog.