Sports Injury Therapy
Registered Massage Therapist
Sports Injury Therapist
Karen Corlis is a Registered Massage Therapist and Sports Injury Therapist graduating in 2006 from the Canadian Therapeutic College, Burlington.
Karen has been working for the past seven years in a clinical setting focusing on deep tissue massage and has taken courses in Craniosacral Therapy and Myofascial Release Therapy to help advance her manual therapy techniques. She also has practical experience with Ultrasound, Laser Therapy and Interferential Current.
She volunteered as a student with the Mohawk Men’s Varsity Soccer team and the Mississauga Twin AAA Baseball Team as their Sports Injury Therapist. After graduation, Karen opted to stay with both teams for an addition two years, volunteering her services.
As a Registered Massage Therapist and Sports Injury Therapist, Karen has had the opportunity to working alongside Olympic, World and National athletes in a clinical setting to help with soft tissue manipulation, stretching, strengthening and increasing performance.
In June of 2014, Karen along with her co-worker and friend Gina started KGC Therapy.
Working alongside her clientele she aims to provide personalized treatment plans that are tailored to individual client’s needs. She enjoys assisting people in regaining mobility, strength, function and providing education on how to prevent injury recurrence by providing home care exercises and treatment plans.
Karen is committed to promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. In her spare time, Karen likes to go walking, doing the mountain stairs (in Hamilton) and TRX training. Karen also participates in the Army Half Marathon held in Ottawa, Ontario on a yearly basis. She also enjoys spending time with friends and family.