BComp (Honours), MSc in Computing, MScPT
Grace completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Before physiotherapy school she obtained a Bachelor of Computing with a specialization in biomedical applications and a Master of Science in Computing from Queen’s University. During her Physiotherapy education, Grace enjoyed clinical internships in amputee rehabilitation, paediatric neurosurgical rehabilitation, lung transplant rehabilitation, and several out-patient clinics working with patients following joint replacement and fracture, patients with Long COVID, and WSIB patients. Grace is passionate about orthopaedic Physiotherapy and plans to continue her post-graduate education by pursuing courses in manual therapy, dry needling, acupuncture, and concussion management. Grace has currently completed a Level 1 neuroproprioceptive taping course.
Grace was an avid athlete competing in volleyball and soccer for much of her life. She is passing along her love of sports as she coaches a competitive boys volleyball team in Etobicoke. She enjoys coaching and teaching the team about proper skills and techniques and growing their love of the game.
Grace’s passion for physiotherapy comes from growing up loving sports and maintaining an active lifestyle. Grace believes in a holistic patient-centred approach to treatment that combines manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education. She enjoys working with people of all ages and aims to work collaboratively with her patients to help them achieve their goals.