Registered Physiotherapist / Director
Following graduation from physiotherapy at Queen’s University in 1992, Tania moved to Kitchener Waterloo where she practiced in a hospital setting for 6 years. She worked at both the Kitchener-Waterloo Health Center and Freeport sites of Grand River Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario where she gained extensive experience in neurological rehabilitation and amputees. Tania also worked in orthopedics, paediatrics, cardiorespirology, medicine and surgery. In 1996 Tania co-founded Pathways Therapy (at that time known as Active Home Rehab) and began treating adult and paediatric clients in the community.
Tania treats clients with a wide variety of problems, however, her primary interests are the treatment of clients with brain injury, stroke, developmental disorders, dizziness, amputations and orthopedic trauma. Tania continues to develop her clinical skills and knowledge through ongoing education. She is an advanced level Bobath therapist and has completed postgraduate training in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. Tania acts as a clinical supervisor for physiotherapy students who are working towards their Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario.
When she is not working Tania enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. She enjoys hiking, reading, water sports and completing various home improvement projects.