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Noelle Trotter graduated in 1996 from the University of Waterloo's Health Sciences Faculty with an honours degree. In 2000, she obtained her Certified Pedorthist designation after completing 3000 hours of clinical work and Pedorthic exams.
After working for companies such as Paris Orthotics and Ossur, she decided to become self employed and start her own companies. She is currently working in Gibsons monthly, in White Rock with Diane Lee & Associates Physiotherapy and in Richmond as a partner in West Coast Pedorthics, which has now blended with Lifemark Sports Medicine.
As an active person herself, Noelle loves working with runners, active individuals and dancers. With an extensive dance background herself in ballet, modern and flamenco, she loves to work with dancers whenever possible.
Noelle feels taking an integrated approach is key when assessing gait mechanics to ensure that the root of the problem is being addressed. She refers out to work in conjunction with physiotherapy, massage therapy and chiropractic if foot mechanics are not the sole cause of someone's injuries. At the end of the day, she wants to ensure individuals fully recover from their injuries and get back to pain free movement.