Jenny graduated from the University of Queensland with a Master’s Degree of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of New Mexico. As a NCAA alpine skiing champion and former member of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team, Jenny knows first-hand the demands of sports and the important role physiotherapy plays to keep athletes performing at an elite level. She is a physiotherapist for the Canadian Long Track Speed Skating Team and is excited to be part of the supporting medical team for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. Not a newcomer to the Olympic Games, Jenny was also the lead physiotherapist for the Women’s Canadian Alpine Ski Team for the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games in Russia.
Jenny believes in an active approach to therapy. She specializes in orthopedic and sport related injuries providing custom treatment plans and individual rehabilitation programs. She often uses Group 23’s state of the art technology such as the Alter G (antigravity treadmill), Hydroworx (underwater treadmill), Shockwave therapy, Real time ultrasound, and Pilates equipment. She believes in correcting movement patterns to ensure individuals perform to their best ability, but also to prevent injuries in the future. Jenny is licensed in medical acupuncture and is a Gunn IMS practitioner. She has also completed additional training in Manual Therapy and Pilates. Currently she is completing her Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy with the IOC (International Olympic Committee).