About Me

Hello, and welcome to my website!

A website where absolutely nothing is taboo.

Where nothing is off-side.

A place where we can (and will!) talk about everything and anything that relates to our health: aches, pains, muscles, bones, sex, incontinence, bowel function, sexual arousal,  desire… anything is game.

I do have ONE promise though: all of the information I provide will be based in research, science, years of experience and all will come from sources that are reliable and that you can trust.

So, who am I to bring you all of this information?

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I am the Lead Physiotherapist focusing in musculoskeletal and pelvic health at Taylored Training Health Centre in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. My focus is always on taking an active approach to working with my clients to help the feel and move their best. Rehab and prehab should be very active, and movement based and it is something that I feel has unfortunately be lost or disregarded for many out there.

I received my Master’s in Physical Therapy as well as my Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from Queen’s University, working then and post-grad with numerous university, provincial, national and international level athletes.

 

 

 

I work incredibly closely with the amazing coaching team at Taylored Training Health Centre, and together we work hard to revolutionize the field of physiotherapy. The key to success is the integration of physiotherapy with improved physical fitness, which allows clients to succeed and achieve long-term success!

My goal and mission in life is to change the way we think about our health and open up the dialogue about all things related to our bodies!

 

Please, feel free to contact me with any questions, inquiries, or writing requests!

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2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Cassie
    This is Pam Bell a voice from the past. Worked with you at BGH. I have a question for you. Would you ever treat someone via Skype or FaceTime. A friends son had a back injury and has now been referred to physio. He lives way up north and physio is a long way away and he will wait about a year. He is a really nice well motivated young man.

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    1. Hi Pam! Great to hear from you:)
      I think the idea of treating from a distance is great, but I don’t believe insurance/etc would be in effect if we treat that way! Definitely complicates things! Where up north is he? I have some medical professionals who have worked very remotely up north and they might have some ideas!

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