Olivia completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree in 2019 at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia and worked as a physiotherapist in Australia prior to moving home to Saskatchewan. Her interest in women’s and pelvic health developed early in her studies and she has continued to expand her knowledge in this area by pursuing learning opportunities that enhance her practice to best serve her patients.
Olivia is certified to treat pelvic health disorders such as urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, painful intercourse (dyspareunia), pelvic pain, abdominal separation (rectus diastasis) as well as pre-natal and post-partum rehabilitation.
Olivia believes that pelvic floor therapy is important for everyone. While most of us seek treatment only when we are experiencing symptoms or are in the pre-natal or post-partum period, preventative pelvic floor therapy can be extremely beneficial. Learning to connect with your pelvic floor to help it function properly can prevent pelvic floor disorders in the future.
Whether you are currently experiencing pelvic floor symptoms, are preparing for or have recently given birth, are starting a new exercise program or just want to learn more about pelvic health in general, Olivia will work with you to create an individualized treatment approach from a holistic view to help you reach your own personal goals.