Sophie Drouin – Empathetic Bilingual Physiotherapy Resident
Sophie Drouin grew up in a French household in the big city of Toronto. From a young age, she has been involved in multiple sports and quickly noticed a spark in interest for the human body. This led to her graduating with a Master of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa, in 2020, after completing a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, in 2018. During her studies, she worked alongside the women’s rugby team for two years as a student trainer and accompanied them to the National Championship in 2017 where they claimed gold.
Sophie uses an approach based on the collaboration between the patient and herself through education, goal setting, exercises and manual therapy techniques. She strives to offer quality and empathetic care to all her patients as well as aims for a speedy recovery in order for them to return to their favorite activities. She believes every patient should be at the center of their rehabilitation and feel empowered during this process.
Down the road, Sophie has a keen interest in specializing in pediatric care and pelvic floor rehabilitation as well as getting her Pilates training certification.
Outside of the clinic, you can find her whipping up some baked goods and enjoying a glass of vino with friends. To stay active in the warmer months, she enjoys playing volleyball, running and hiking while in the colder months, you can find her shredding down the ski hill or skating on the canal.