Alexandra graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from York University in 2010. She continued her education at Queens University where she completed her Masters of Physiotherapy in 2012. For the past five years, Alexandra has been working in the private practice setting; she is most passionate about treating orthopedic injuries, improving overall health and biomechanics and optimizing individual performance.
Alexandra is committed to providing the highest quality care to her clients by integrating evidence-based practice with her clinical experience. She believes in implementing highly individualized treatment plans and relies heavily on manual therapy, soft tissue release, exercise prescription, acupuncture and patient education. She values the importance of continuing education and has taken numerous postgraduate courses including Mulligan concept, Mackenzie Method, dry needling, taping techniques as well as working towards her intermediate level of the FCAMPT designation.
Growing up, Alexandra was a competitive ballroom dancer. She is extremely passionate in treating dancers, as well as athletes. To date, she continues to participate in recreational dance and fitness classes. Alexandra also enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants in the city. She has explored many European and Asian destinations and cannot wait to plan her next trip to South America. Along with being a world traveler, Alexandra is fluent in Russian and Hebrew.