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Tamarah graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Australia in 2007 with her Master in Physiotherapy (specializing in sports/groin related injuries where she completed a thesis study on 'core stability’ in the rehabilitation of osteitis pubis/groin injuries. Since then, she has been working in private practice in Vancouver, BC. Tamarah continues to treat diverse sports related injuries to a wide range of clientele Tamarah is certified in and has taught Pilates (mat and reformer). In addition, Tamarah is also certified in Acupuncture (CAFCI).
Tamarah's treatment approach is grounded by her extensive post- graduate work, particularly in women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction for women and women. She has advanced certification in issues around incontinence, prolapse, ano-rectal dysfunction, pelvic pain, post gynecological surgery, sexual medicine and pudendal neuralgia. Tamarah has also attained additional certification in treatments of pre/post natal issues, e.g., rectus diastasis (a separation of the abdominal wall during pregnancy) and pelvic floor complications. She is commited to improving women’s health across the lifespan, pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. She recently completed her Doula training for pre and post natal patients to facilitate her knowledge in this area. Tamarah also treats peadiatric patients who suffer from continence and constipation issues.
Tamarah has completed professional training in the Integrated Systems Model (Lee D 2011- The Pelvic Girdle 4th edition ), a whole body assessment and treatment approach practiced extensively at Diane Lee & Associates. She currently assists on Diane Lee’s ISM Series and Women’s Health Course’s. Further, Tamarah is working towards her ‘Visceral” certification with the Barral Institute by completing levels VMI through VM4. Tamarah is also in the process of completing her Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMT) for 2017.
Outside of physiotherapy, Tamarah enjoys family life (three young sons) and activities in the outdoors (mountain biking, SUP, snowboarding, hiking). She is a runner who competes in half marathons and trail races.