Kirsten Wort, RMT
Kirsten is an Honors graduate of Bryan College of Applied Science. She believes that massage therapy can help patients minimize pain and reach a higher level of health and wellness. By treating a wide range of ailments from sports-related injuries to posture-related injuries, Kirsten’s extensive experience with soft tissue manipulation has perfected her ability to treat these chronic and acute postural conditions as well as a multitude of inflammatory conditions such as tendonitis and sprains. Her passion lies in treating athletes of all levels, and has worked with marathon runners, CrossFit athletes, alpine skiers, and rock climbers. Additionally, she has also treated professional athletes from the NHL (National Hockey League), MLB (Major League Baseball), CFL (Canadian Football League), NLL (National Lacrosse league), and the Ironman, and Canadian National Triathlon Team. Aside from treating sports related conditions, Kirsten continues to work with cancer and spinal cord injury patients, as well as the general public. In her spare time, Kirsten enjoys a variety of activities and sports including boxing, biking, cooking, and volunteering and spending time with her family.
Kirsten is aware of the limits we push our bodies through and how they affect our health. She designs individual treatment plans to help clients achieve their health and fitness goals and reduce the chance of injuries. Kirsten is a firm believer in active and healthy living. She is currently looking to pursue the Active Release Techniques® (A.R.T.®) certificate as well as to attend McMaster University to obtain her Contemporary Medical Acupuncture license.