Emma received a Bachelor of Science Honours degree from the University of Toronto, with a major in nutritional sciences and a minor in physiology. While at the University of Toronto she was a member of the varsity cross country running team and the cross country skiing team. She later completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University. Emma is also a certified personal trainer, and has completed her orthopedic manual therapy level 1.
Emma fell in love with running after her first cross country race at age 10, and has been running ever since. She also competed as a cross country skier, winning numerous provincial championships, and was the 2015 bronze medalist at the Gatineau Loppet/Canadian Long Distance Cross Country Ski Championships. Emma continues to train, and looks forward to competing in more running and cross country skiing races in the future.
Having rehabbed multiple running injuries as a young athlete herself, Emma understands the frustration and emotional toll injuries can have, as well as the opportunity they provide to develop better movement patterns and injury prevention strategies. Emma uses a client-centered and evidence-based treatment approach, involving functional exercise, manual therapy and education. She loves helping clients achieve their goals and reach their maximum potential.