Heather Robinson is a Certified Athletic Therapist, and an experienced educator with an extensive background in therapy, wellness, and orthopedic bracing. Since 1996, Heather has been the Head Athletic Therapist, as well as the Clinic, and Conference Coordinator at SPORT C.A.R.E., in Women’s College Hospital. Heather completed her Bachelor of Physical Education at Brock University, and Diploma in Sports Injury Management at Sheridan College.
Heather has had a number of speaking engagements over the years, on topics ranging from bracing, to rehabilitation, to overall wellness. In addition to acting as an Examiner for the C.A.T.A. National Exams for 10 years, she also has a great deal of experience in the field, working at events such as the Scotia Bank Toronto Half Marathon, and Skate Canada. Heather ensures her knowledge is up-to-date for her patients, by regularly attending conferences, symposiums, and workshops.
Recognized for her excellent patient care, organizational skills, and diversity of knowledge, Heather is a dedicated and respected member of her healthcare team.