Stephanie graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, while playing varsity basketball for the Pronghorns. She completed a Master in Physiotherapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016. Since graduating she has completed Functional Dry Needling/IMS, Mastering the Shoulder Level 1: Essential Orthopaedics, Vestibular and Concussion Rehabilitation, Critical Appraisal and Integration of Evidence into Advanced Health Care, Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal (AIM) Diploma and became recognized as an FCAMPT therapist in 2022.
Stephanie is registered with the Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association and is on the spinal manipulation and dry needling rosters. Stephanie enjoys treating individuals with a wide range of conditions and has several years of experience working with orthopedic surgeons for a variety of operative knee and ankle injuries. She also enjoys treating both recreational and competitive athletes, assisting them with achieving their highest level of function. Her focus of treatment is enhancing joint and muscle health using manual therapy techniques, dry needling, cupping, taping, education, and exercise.
In her spare time, Stephanie lives an active lifestyle, playing basketball, hiking, skiing, biking, running, and weightlifting in the gym.