Megan is a graduate of McMaster University in Hamilton, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. After graduating she worked as the Assistant Coordinator for both the McMaster Cardiac Rehab Program and the MacSenior Exercise and Wellness Program. Throughout her time at McMaster she also worked at MacWheelers, an exercise program for community members living with Spinal Cord Injuries and Multiple Sclerosis.
She later graduated from University of Toronto with her Masters in Physical Therapy. To date Megan has also received training certification in supported conversation for adults with aphasia, lumbo/pelvic manipulation, basic taping and soft tissue release. She has studied Bobath Therapy, is a Level 1 Neurokinetic Therapist, and has completed the McMaster Medical Acupuncture program.
If you hadn’t already noticed, Megan is a learning fanatic. Her brain is a giant sponge that methodologically soaks up everything in sight. This is why she’s a perfect fit here at NeuroChangers, and an invaluable resource to anyone under her care.