Kendra's passion for sports and dedication to healthy living inspired her to go into the Physiotherapy profession. She has participated in competitive sports, and has been an elite athlete from an early age. Kendra was a member of the University of Manitoba Bison volleyball team for two years during her studies, therefore understanding the dedication needed to be an elite athlete as well as the toll it takes on one's body. In her spare time, Kendra loves to spend time with her wonderful husband and two young children. They love to spend time outdoors together, travel, see friends and family, and enjoy an active lifestyle.
Kendra graduated with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba in 2009.
Upon completion of University, Kendra was drawn to orthopedic physiotherapy and began working in private practice. For several years she gained valuable experience, refining her skills in a full time
private practice position. In 2013, Kendra's interest in starting a family and gaining expertise in pediatric physiotherapy took her to work at the Children's hospital, where she continues to practice part time.
Kendra is certified in Acupuncture and Dry Needling, and has taken advanced Orthopedic levels 1 & 2. Kendra has extensive experience in pediatrics and is proficient in managing babies affected by plagiocephaly (flat head), torticollis (tight neck), and helping little ones who are late to reach developmental milestones (sitting, crawling, and walking).
Graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Certified in Acupuncture and Dry Needling
Advanced Orthopedic levels 1 & 2
Mulligan Concept - Lower Quadrant Course
Shirley Sahrmann - Diagnosis and treatment of movement impairment