Kayla was born in small town Cudworth Saskatchewan, and moved to Central Alberta in 2003. Kayla developed a strong interest in Sports Medicine through the experience of her own injuries as well as from taking an introduction to sports medicine course in high school. Kayla has always had a strong athletic background playing competitive soccer throughout her schooling, as well as fastball, snowboarding, skiing, and swimming. In her free time, Kayla currently enjoys playing with her dog, wakeboarding, weight lifting, hiking and travelling.
Kayla attended the University of Alberta where she received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Degree prior to completing her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Since completing her Degree, Kayla has completed courses in Biomedical Dry Needling (IMS), and myofascial release, with a keen interest in continuing to complete her manual therapy levels through the Canadian orthopaedic division of physical therapy. Kayla has a strong interest in manual therapy techniques and is continuously learning new techniques through online physical therapy forums, literature reviews and continuing education courses. Kayla’s special interest is in treating the pelvis and low back, but she enjoys treating all aspects of the musculoskeletal system.
Kayla relocated to Olds in January of 2016 and looks forward to continuing to build her practice and provide optimal treatments to all of her patients.