Kathy’s strong dedication to ongoing learning, her impressive credentials mixed together with her passion for excellence made her a perfect addition to our growing team.
In 1989, Kathy McCulloch received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Queens University. In 1993, she graduated from McMaster University with a Baccalaureate of Science degree in Physiotherapy.
For over 10 years Kathy has worked in the fast-paced orthopedic and sports-injury environment. In August 2006, Kathy became the newest member on the Motion Matters Physiotherapy Team. Kathy’s strong dedication to ongoing learning, her impressive credentials mixed together with her passion for excellence made her a perfect addition to our growing team.
The bulk of her treatment expertise lies in the use of manual therapy, which includes myofascial release, joint mobilizations, frictions, lymphatic drainage and joint manipulations. In 1997, Kathy demonstrated her orthopaedic skills by proudly completing her Intermediate Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulation Examination (Formally know as Part A Manual Therapy Exam).
Adjunct to her hands-on skills, Kathy has received further training in techniques such as Sahrmann, McKenzie Part A and B, medical exercise therapy, athletic taping and Butler nervous tissue tension testing.