Cara McDougall received her Master Degree in Physical Therapy in 2013 from the University of Saskatchewan, after completing an Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree in 2007. After graduation, she practiced as a Registered Physical Therapist in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in a private orthopaedic clinic, before moving to Ontario to continue her career.
Cara has a particular interest in and passion for pelvic health physical therapy. She has engaged in extensive continuing education courses since graduating. Her training has included courses on pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse, pre-/post-natal care, and fitting of pessaries, to name a few. Her current practice is devoted to the assessment and fitting of pessaries for women with stress urinary incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolapse. Additionally, Cara enjoys helping others learn about pelvic health physical therapy; in 2016, she began assisting at Pelvic Health Solutions’ continuing education courses as a lab assistant.
Cara approaches health from a holistic perspective and is committed to providing individualized, empowering, compassionate care.