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Sarah Symmes,  H.B.Kin, MScPT, MClSc, FCAMPT

Meet Sarah Symmes:

Sarah is a highly skilled and compassionate physiotherapist who has been in practice for over 15 years. Sarah takes a client-centred and biopsychosocial approach to care. Sarah has a special interest in the areas of orthopedic, pelvic health and pediatric pelvic health physiotherapy. Sarah integrates clinical expertise and advanced training in manual therapy and exercise, with complementary tools such as yoga, acupuncture, breathing and mindfulness practices. A beautiful blend of what it means to support the whole person in their journey toward improved health. 

A Journey to Physiotherapy Excellence

Sarah’s journey as a physiotherapist began with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University in 2005 followed by a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2008. A compelling drive to further understand the complexities of the body inspired Sarah to pursue a Masters in Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from Western University in 2013. This led Sarah to the honour of becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT).  Click here to learn more about CAMPT

The Missing Link

After experiencing the benefits of pelvic health physiotherapy in her own postnatal recovery, Sarah found the missing link in her practice in becoming a women’s and paediatric pelvic health physiotherapist. Sarah believes integrating both her orthopedic and pelvic health skill sets offers a powerful combination for getting to the root of an issue and moving forward with your goals.


Centred Physiotherapy Meets Nourish Family Chiropractic 

Sarah launched her mobile practice, “Centred Physiotherapy” in 2018.  Centred Physiotherapy was born from Sarah’s belief that exceptional care happens when both the therapist and client are “centred” and working on shared meaningful goals.  Sarah gets to the “centre” of the problem at hand by using an integrative approach to treatment including a detailed biomechanical exam, advanced training in manual therapy, thoughtful prescriptive exercise, and complementary tools such as acupuncture, yoga, breathing and mindfulness practices. Sarah is excited for this next exciting evolution of her practice in finding such a warm and welcoming home here at Nourish Family Chiropractic.

A Commitment to Connection

On a personal note, Sarah is grateful for her vibrant family life as a mother to 3 young boys and for her very supportive husband.  Sarah’s favourite thing about being a physiotherapist is connecting with her clients and working on all that is meaningful to them. The most meaningful things to Sarah are her connection with family, friends, and nature and her commitment to truly helping others.

Click Here For Centred Physiotherapy Website

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