MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), BHK (Bachelor of Human Kinetics)
Madison completed her Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics at UBC Okanagan with a focus in clinical exercise physiology. Throughout her undergrad she worked as a personal trainer with individuals of various levels of fitness and in a program for people with a chronic disease focusing on improving fitness, education and quality of life. Learning about the intricate functional systems of the body sparked her interest in pursuing her Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC Vancouver in order to work to enhance the body’s own amazing natural ability to overcome illness and injury.
Madison enjoys working in collaboration with clients to determine what is most important to them, setting goals, and working together to achieve those goals. She strives to empower her clients to have confidence in their bodies and enhance their well-being. She has a strong passion for working with paediatric clients with a variety of conditions from neurological, to sports-related injuries, and typical growing pains! This passion and her beliefs in the strength of a holistic and sustainable therapeutic approach was reinforced during an global health experience providing physiotherapy at an Early Intervention Centre for children in Rural India. This experience left her with an unwavering belief in the ability of a physiotherapist to positively change their clients’ lives and a powerful motivation to contribute to the profession, both locally and globally.
Madison has taken professional education courses in soft tissue release and pain sciences. She has completed her certification to perform IMS (dry needling technique) with her clients. She has begun post-graduate training in manual therapy and plans to pursue further training in functional rehabilitation and sport therapy.
Madison believes physiotherapy is a lifestyle, not just a profession! She loves staying active outdoors, playing sports (especially soccer), and hopes to become involved in our community youth sports organizations as an educator and supporter.
Madison is available at our South Surrey (Ocean Park) clinic on Mondays, alternating Thursdays and Saturday mornings.