Taylor Campbell, Physiotherapist
Taylor is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Master of Science in Physical Therapy program. Prior to this, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics and a Master of Science in Biomechanics from the University of Guelph. Her Master’s research focused on age-related muscle loss, known as sarcopenia, and its links to functional decline and falls risk in the elderly. This experience has inspired Taylor to advocate for seniors’ health and work to decrease falls risk in this population. Taylor is also an Osteo-Circuit trained physiotherapist.
During her time at the University of Toronto, Taylor was lead author on another research study looking at mentorship in the realm of physiotherapy. Taylor’s hard work has been acknowledged as she has received awards for her involvement in both research and seniors’ health. Despite entering the clinical world, Taylor knows that she will continue to use and be involved in research to help drive her evidence-based physiotherapy practice.
Taylor also has clinical and on-field experience working with high performance athletes of all ages. While she grew up participating in a variety of sports, Taylor realized early on that she had a passion for horses. She has since committed herself to the equestrian sport, primarily training and competing in the hunter-jumper discipline. Taylor understands the dedication required by athletes and the importance of physiotherapy to assist in attaining peak performance levels.