Chelsea is a registered physiotherapist with several years’ experience in a private practice sports setting. She joined the Momentum team in 2014. Within the clinical setting, she has treated a variety of clients ranging from office workers to athletes participating in a range of different sports. On field, she has worked with golfers on the Mackenzie Tour, the Ottawa Fury Soccer Club, and the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships providing event coverage.
In 2009, Chelsea completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario where she graduated with distinction. She then earned her Masters of Physical Therapy in 2011 from Queen’s University. Since her graduation from physiotherapy, Chelsea has completed advanced training in manual therapy and is now a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). She has also completed her Level 2 Medical certification through the Titleist Performance Institute. She offers golf assessments in which the focus is on maximizing the body’s ability to swing a golf club through strength and mobility work.
Chelsea has continued her professional development with a variety of post-graduate courses. These courses include trigger point dry needling, acupuncture, New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries and the FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine. She grew up as a competitive athlete in soccer, which has also driven her particular interest in ACL injury prevention. In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys running, working on her golf game as well as her continued involvement in volleyball and soccer.