Welcome Kate Kennedy to Main St. Physiotherapy!

Welcome Kate Kennedy to Main St. Physiotherapy!

Posted Oct 10, 2012 by

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Kate Kennedy Vancouver PhysiotherapistThe staff at Main Street Physiotherapy Clinic would like to extend a big welcome to our newest member to the family, Kate Kennedy! Kate brings enormous expertise to our Vancouver Physiotherapy Clinic offering over 20 years of experience. She graduated from Queens University in 1990, and has been working in Vancouver at Treloar Physiotherapy for the past 18 years.

Kate is a Fellow of the Canadian Association of Manual Therapists and part of the clinical faculty at the University of British Columbia in the department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Medicine. As a Senior Instructor with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopedic Division, she provides continuing education to practicing Physiotherapists.

Kate received the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia’s prestigious Award of Excellence in teaching and has presented at the Sport Physiotherapy National Symposium.

Welcome to the Team Kate!

“I have been treated by Kate Kennedy for about 15 years.  I followed her to Main Street Physio because she is simply the most talented physiotherapist I have had the pleasure of being treated by. She has seen me through a car accident and my recovery, and is very knowledgeable about persistent pain treatment and ongoing issues that arise in a mid-sixties arthritic woman’s body.  Her teaching experience is a great asset in the treatment room as she has up to date information and a vast knowledge base. In addition to physical treatment she has taught me a great deal about my body and about healing, and this has been a source of independence for me.  Her interpersonal skills are amazing which makes the entire experience of healing pain and living with pain much more tolerable. I feel as though I have a partner in my pursuit of wellness.”

~ - H. Lemer. Read More