Corina is Co-Director of Optimum Perinatal Health and has a keen interest in pelvic health and the perinatal population. A University of Alberta graduate, Corina obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy in 2000 and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1995. Corina has spent her physiotherapy career working in private practice expanding her knowledge and skill set in orthopaedics and pelvic health physiotherapy obtaining her certification in Traditional Chinese Medical Acupuncture (2003), Doula certification (2005), and certification in Spinal Manipulation at the Swodeam Institute of Manipulative Physical Therapy (2006). She has developed her skills in assessment and treatment of pelvic health related dysfunctions with formal and extensive postgraduate training in pelvic health physiotherapy (2001-2009), specifically in the assessment and treatment of incontinence, prolapse, pregnancy related dysfunctions, post-obstetrical trauma, and pelvic pain.
Corina maintains a very busy practice offering much needed help to women with pelvic health concerns as she incorporates both her orthopaedic, acupuncture and pelvic health skills in her active and holistic approach to treatment. Outside the clinic Corina is a busy mom of four and enjoys spending time with her family, being active and outdoors.