Sarah Marshall
Lab Assistant

Sarah holds a Master’s of Physiotherapy with Merit from Robert Gordon University, Scotland, and a Bachelor’s of Science with Honours from the University of Western Ontario.

Sarah became passionate about pelvic health physiotherapy after working in a health & fitness setting with women who were pregnant or post-partum.  She has since dedicated her continued training and professional development to the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, including pelvic pain, urogenital dysfunction, paediatric pelvic floor dysfunction, and lactation-induced inflammation of the breast (mastitis or blocked ducts).

Sarah is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and it’s Women’s Health and Pain Science Divisions, as well the International Urogynecological Association and the International Pelvic Pain Society.   Sarah practices at Advanced Pelvic Physiotherapy Centre in downtown Toronto, using a biopsychosocial approach to treating men, women, and children with pelvic floor dysfunction.