Paige grew up very active and involved in her community, playing any sport she could. This helped create her interest in rehabilitation, as well as healthcare and total body wellness. After graduating high school her love of the outdoors took her to northern BC where she lived and worked, during mining seasons, before returning home to pursue her career in health care.
She completed her schooling at the West Coast Collage of Massage Therapy, graduating in 2017. During her time at WCCMT Paige completed a two year practicum in the student clinic, as well as multiple out-reach programs. She has experience working in care homes, with patients with multiple sclerosis, patients with special needs, working with UBC’s varsity athletes, participants of the BMO marathon, and in clinical settings.
The outreach opportunity that helped shape her the most was her time at BC Woman’s Hospital working with pre-natal patients on bed rest and woman in active labor. As well as the pre and post-natal in-reach at her school. Paige is passionate about total patient care as well as giving her patients the tools and resources they need to continue their rehabilitation beyond her treatment room. She looks forward to furthering her knowledge in pre and post-natal therapy and other orthopedic treatments, in various continuing education courses.
In her free time you will find her volunteering with special Olympics sports teams, working with horses, camping, dirt biking, fishing, travelling with her family, or hanging out by a good fire with her black lab Duke.