Our team is composed of dedicated professionals who are here to help you get better. We work together and we work hard to guide you toward meeting your goals.
You can be sure that you'll be well taken care of, while having fun and working toward things that mean the most to you.
Read on to learn more about each member of our team. Don't be shy to reach out to us! We are here to help, any way we can.
Aimée is our Receptionist/ Administrative Assistant. Originally from Sudbury, ON she studied at Laurentian University and Collège Boréal. She has a wide varied set of skills and is formerly a Registered Veterinary Technician.
A single mom to a busy young daughter, Aimée accepted her position with Neuro Physio as a welcomed change of pace from her previous careers. She believes all lives deserve to be treated with compassion, empathy, dignity and respect.
She regularly volunteers to help community cats in need and is passionate about behaviour, nature, animals and the environment. In her spare time she enjoys skating, kayaking, sewing, weaving and other crafts.
If you have questions for Aimée, you can reach her directly by sending her an email at
MSc. PT, Physiotherapist.
Christina is a registered physiotherapist, who recently completed her Master's of science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 2018. She did her undergraduate degree in Health Promotion at Laurentian University. Being from Sudury, Christina has returned to her home and family to begin her career with her new husband.
Christina deals primarily with musculoskeletal conditions, but has a passion for continuing education and hopes to expand her practice to include other types of rehab including neurological, vestibular and concussion. She loves a challenge and believes that being creative and personalized will help her work with clients to suit their life needs best. She values honesty, integrity, good communication and understanding.
Outside of work, Christina enjoys being outdoors, hiking, camping, drawing and running.
If you have a question for Christina, you can reach her directly by sending an email to
Emily joined the Neuro Physio team in September of 2019, after completing her Master of Physical Therapy degree from Western University. Prior to her physical therapy education, Emily graduated from the University of Guelph in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science, Honours Human Kinetics. Emily is excited to be back in her hometown of Greater Sudbury, as she enjoys running on the network of local trails and escaping to Killarney Provincial Park on weekends for a hike or paddle.
In addition to the specialized courses in manual therapy and exercise prescription that she has already completed, Emily looks forward to continuing her education and growing her clinical toolkit in both the orthopedic and neurological populations.
Emily holds a special interest in neurological rehabilitation. She is passionate about supporting people of all ages gain the tools needed to confidently manage their acute or chronic condition and optimize their functional independence. Emily’s practice utilizes exercise, manual therapy and education. She appreciates the uniqueness of each client, and is committed to working alongside clients to develop personalized treatment plans that promote physical well-being and participation in activities they find meaningful.
If you have a question for Emily, you can reach her directly by sending an email to
MSc. PT, Physiotherapy Resident.
BSc. HSS, MSc. PT, Physiotherapist.
Karine studied at the University of Ottawa starting in September of 2006, to complete her Baccalaureate degree in Health Sciences in 2010. She continued to obtain her Master's degree in Physiotherapy in August 2012.
She has since moved back to Sudbury to gain some experience in the field by working at Health Sciences North on the orthopedic and neurosurgery unit. She had a brief adventure in New Liskeard, ON, during which she worked for the Community Care Access Centre, now known as LHIN Home and Community Care. She came back to her previous employment to be closer to family, in Sudbury. Along the way, Karine has participated in continuing education for a variety of neurological conditions, including Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Stroke. She continues to search for learning opportunities to nourish her professional growth.
She started this practice to offer a service that was not available in Sudbury. Karine has a passion for helping people who don't know where else to turn. She enjoys working with all types of neurological conditions, helping people regain their independence and confidence when moving around.
In her spare time, Karine enjoys spending time with her baby boy, husband and dog. She enjoys fishing, quilting, painting and wood burning.
If you have a question for Karine, you can reach her directly by sending an email to