Annick has been a physiotherapist for a long time; graduating from Dalhousie’s School of Physiotherapy in 1987. She worked at the NS Rehabilitation Centre for 10 years before spending 2 years in Kuwait mentoring Kuwaiti physiotherapists there. In 1999 Annick and her husband chose Kelowna, where she worked at Pinnacle Physiotherapy’s Westbank clinic. She subsequently became a co-owner of the three Kelowna Pinnacle clinics which were sold in 2012. Following the sale she continued to work as the clinic director until December 2018. Annick has experience in treating sprains, strains, fractures, arthritis, pre and post-surgery, work injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and most everything in between! Annick also has a special interest and training in Vestibular Rehabilitation, the assessment and treatment of dizziness and vertigo. She holds a Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation through Emory University in Atlanta, and uses an infrared goggle system to do a thorough assessment of patients who are experiencing dizziness or vertigo. A former competitive runner, and an ardent believer that movement keeps us young, Annick runs, bikes, skis, swims, kayaks, hikes, and does yoga. And to keep her brain tuned up, she plays clarinet in the Kelowna City band.