Jenny holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph and a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University. Jenny is Rostered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario to perform internal pelvic exams and is also a member of the Women’s Health Division with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She became interested in addressing pelvic floor concerns after experiencing chronic hip pain that did not resolve through traditional Orthopedic Physiotherapy treatment but resolved quickly after experiencing Pelvic Health Physiotherapy. Jenny has always had an interest in women’s health and wellness concerns, including fitness, pain management, stress reduction and sexuality, and she integrates all these topics into her biopsychosocial approach with clients.
Jenny has completed courses in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy that allow her to treat women before, during and/or after pregnancy experiencing new or ongoing pain in the pelvis, back, hips and abdomen, pain with intercourse, bladder or bowel incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Jenny has a special interest in preparing the body for birth and then helping women return to exercise and activity after pregnancy (and beyond!) and has taken advanced courses to help high intensity weekend warriors return to their training of choice. Specifically, Jenny has completed two courses under Antony Lo “The Physio Detective” including the Masterclass Mentorship Program which focused on marrying pain science/chronic pain management and pelvic floor training concepts with high intensity exercise such as CrossFit and power lifting. Jenny’s philosophy is to help the body help itself through education, exercise and empowerment, and she is honoured to expand that role as a lab assistant with the Pelvic Health Solutions team.
Outside of Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, Jenny enjoys singing, dancing, being outdoors and cycling through different forms of fitness activities including yoga, CrossFit, Orangetheory, body weight HITT, standard strength training, spin classes and jogging.