Karly grew up in Vancouver, Canada where she studied her first degree in Exercise Science. She then moved to Australia to study Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. After graduating she worked in both hospital and private practice and also provided hydrotherapy and water running for the Brisbane Bullets, a professional basketball team. Karly then moved to London and worked in a private hospital in Wimbledon, specialising in orthopaedics, sports injuries, skiing specific injuries and ante/postnatal patients. While in London she furthered her postgraduate studies in Manual Therapy.
She moved to Northern Ireland and joined the Active Health team in 2011. Alongside treating patients at the clinic Karly also teaches Reformer Pilates classes. Currently Karly is also treating athletes at the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland and completing a Masters in Exercise and Sports Medicine. Outside of work she running, triathlon training and skiing whenever she gets home. Karly is passionate about her role as a physiotherapist and strives to help all her patients achieve their absolute maximum in terms of returning to health and well-being.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Human Kinetics – Exercise Science
Masters in Sports Medicine and Exercise Science (due completion 2015)
Certified STOTT PILATES Reformer Instructor
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS)
Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM)
Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)