Haylie has been working in the Warman and Saskatoon areas advocating for pelvic health related issues specifically pertaining to perinatal, menopausal, and pediatric populations since she began practicing in Warman in 2012. She opened Warman Physiotherapy & Wellness in the fall of 2014, establishing the clinic as she was beginning the adventure of starting her young family; Emily was 7 months old when the clinic doors opened! Since inception the clinic has grown into the vision of having a multidisciplinary clinic focused on providing quality care in a family-friendly environment. With the growth of the clinic into a second Saskatoon location in addition to the primary clinic in Warman, Haylie’s family has been completed with the addition of her son Drayton in 2017.
She has provided the Warman community with care for general Physiotherapy with ranges from acute and chronic injuries as well as working extensively in pelvic health for women, men, and children, pre & post-natal care as well as infant development assessment and treatment.
Working within pelvic health means that Haylie has completed continuing education courses after her University career where she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelors of Science Kinesiology with Great Distinction (2009), and Master of Physical Therapy (2011). These additional courses provide her with theoretical and practical knowledge for the assessment and treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, anorectal disorders, and physiotherapy for pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction.
Being that Haylie works extensively with the perinatal population she identified a need for an exercise class to help address issues within this population in the area in an educated and practical environment. As a physiotherapist Haylie is easily able to modify exercises to increase or decrease difficulty for each client as needed.
Haylie is proud to be raising awareness for women surrounding available Physiotherapy options for women who are pregnant and post-partum, as well as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain in all ranges of the lifespan. She is passionate about providing education not only to the public, but other healthcare providers as well and has had the opportunity to guest lecture at the School of Rehabilitative Sciences for the MPT program specifically related to Sensitive Practice and as a lab assistant. In addition, Haylie in collaboration with Juliet Sargeant, another pelvic health physiotherapist, provided presentations on Pelvic Health and Pediatric Pelvic Health for the Family Medicine Grand Rounds, and Pediatric Grand Rounds in 2018 & 2019.
She looks forward to continuing her education to be able to continue to support her clients, other healthcare providers, and her staff in the pursuit of excellence in rehabilitation for health and wellness.
*Orthopaedic Division Level System for the Lower Quadrant (II, 2012 & III, 2013) & Upper Quadrant (II, 2016)
*Thoracolumar Junction (2011)
*Rost Therapy (2015)
*Women’s Health (Level I – 2011, Level II – 2015, Level III – 2016, Anorectal – 2017, Pediatric Pelvic Floor – 2017)
*Biomedical Dry Needling (2017)
*The Female Athlete (2018)
*The Healing Birth Summit (18 webinars – 2019)