Our Team - by video conference or in person
Heather King, PT
BscPT, DScPT, BAHSc,FCAMPT, CAFCI, SPC
Doctor of Science Physical Therapy
Certified in Spinal Manipulation, Certified in Acupuncture, Sport Physiotherapy Certificate
Clinic Owner - Registered Physiotherapist
Heather holds a vision that we all live healthy empowered lives. She began her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Toronto. With a passion for life long learning she earned her Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association with Distinction and is certified by the Canadian Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. She holds her Sport Physiotherapy Certification and has volunteered at the 2010 Vancouver and 2012 London Olympic Games. Heather is an instructor at Capilano University in the Rehabilitation Assistant Diploma Program, and with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association's post graduate orthopaedic program. With a love for learning Heather completed her Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy. Heather lives the active for life philosophy as a passionate mountain biker and has been ranked in the top 5 nationally. Heather was part of the gold medal triathlon team at the World Masters Games 2005 and has competed in the Xterra World Championships in Hawaii. Heather continues to get active competing in multi-day mountain bike stage events with a recent second place finish in the Single Track Six team event. With her personal sport experience and clinical skills, Heather will empower your inner guide in the healing and prevention of your injuries to help you feel and move better.
Physiotherapist Intern, BSc, MScPT
Catherine is excited to join the Active Life Canmore Team having recently completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta. After completing her Bachelor of Science specializing in Life Sciences from Queen’s University, Catherine pursued her athletic dreams competing as a professional cyclist and representing Canada as a member of the Canadian National Mountain Bike Team at several World Championships. Unfortunately, injury cut her cycling career short, but time spent in physiotherapy allowed her to fall in love with the profession. She has a strong interest in musculoskeletal injuries, injury prevention and concussion management and looks forward to helping clients regain and maintain function to reach their goals. As a new graduate, Catherine looks forward to expanding her knowledge and skills with manual therapy and dry needling courses. Since moving to the valley in 2011 as a cyclist, Catherine has expanded her activities and can often be found in the mountains on foot, skis or two wheels with her husband Matt. Within our community, Catherine promotes physical activity as a mountain bike coach and an ambassador with the Fast and Female organization.