Biography:Lisa has been a practicing Physiotherapist for over 26 years. Her experience has focused primarily on outpatient Physiotherapy including orthopedics, neurology and pediatrics. While education is a strong part of every client’s program, Lisa has furthered her interest in teaching; starting 12 years ago at a private college. There she instructed a Pathology course to Massage Therapy students. Lisa has volunteered for years as an instructor in running and walking biomechanics at the Running Room. More recently, she has been teaching Anatomy and Physiology to Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy assistant students at Georgian College. There, she also assists in practical examinations and covers for vacationing faculty in other courses. Further to this, she has been instructing foot biomechanics to nurses studying to specialize in Podortho Nursing and has written the chapter on biomechanics for the corresponding textbook.
Lisa makes it her priority to stay current through research, reading, and post graduate courses. Relationships with other practitioners are important to her; she maintains contact with many other health care practitioners including collaboration in client care. She is an avid runner and fitness enthusiast.