Phyllis grew up in British Columbia, Canada. In 2008 Phyllis graduated from The University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC with a Bachelor of Kinesiology & Exercise Science. From there she continued her education at UBC and received her Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2010. While attending university Phyllis was involved in the athletic training program as well as an avid youth ice skating coach.
Phyllis had an active lifestyle growing up. She began figure skating at the age of five and skated
competitively for over ten years. During this time, she developed a love for health, wellness, fitness and coaching. This sparked her interest in exercise physiology, training, injuries, rehabilitation and physical therapy. Phyllis is passionate about educating her patients to better understand their injuries and ways to prevent future recurrence.
Phyllis specializes in vestibular rehabilitation and has an expertise in treating patients with inner ear dysfunction such as balance disorders, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BBPV) and dizziness. Phyllis focuses on falls prevention and takes pride in being able to give her patients the tools they need to be safe and independent in the community.
Phyllis relocated to Washington in 2013 and currently resides in Snoqualmie with her husband and two children. She loves the active lifestyle offered in the Pacific Northwest. In her free time, Phyllis enjoys traveling, spending time with her family outdoors, doing home projects, and cheering on the Seattle Kraken and Seahawks.