Hillary graduated from the University of British Columbia in the year 2000 with a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. She started off working at Surrey Memorial Hospital where she rotated through many areas and discovered a love for rehabilitation. She worked at G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Center for 7 years and gained invaluable experience working with other knowledgeable professionals and clients who were dealing with a wide variety of neurological and complex orthopaedic conditions. She has completed various postgraduate courses in the area of neurological rehabilitation including Bobath certificate training for hemiplegia and Bobath for incomplete spinal cord injury, vestibular rehabilitation, Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery Clinician Training, and Balance Wear – Balance Based Torso Weighting. Hillary is a firm believer in the combination of individualized exercise, motivation, hands-on manual therapy and facilitation to help guide a person into reaching his or her full potential.
Before starting at Neuromotion Victoria in 2011, Hillary spent 2 years living in Mexico with her family enjoying the beaches, exploring ecological and archeological sites and learning to speak Spanish. She now enjoys being active with her three boys, running, exercising at the gym, practicing yoga and reading.