A headshot of Katie smiling in a yellow shirt against a wall with peeling paint

Katie Evans (she/her)

Registered Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates

Katie Evans graduated from Queen’s University with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010. As a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT), she specializes in treating a wide range of orthopedic disorders. Her expertise, combined with a Clinical Pilates background, enables her to address the body as a whole.

Katie has a profound interest in chronic pain and its interaction with multiple body systems, focusing on how it impacts and is influenced by movement. She has pursued numerous courses in pain science, movement therapy, and more recently, she is exploring the Bobath concept. Additionally, Katie holds an Adjunct Professor appointment at UBC, where she actively engages in teaching students various skills.

Katie firmly believes that the best therapeutic outcomes arise from a collaborative patient-therapist relationship. She prioritizes understanding and discussing her clients’ goals to create tailored plans that help them return to their activities, maintain their routines, or manage pain effectively.

Outside of her professional practice, Katie is actively involved in the community. She enjoys snowboarding, hiking, swimming, and exploring her own Pilates practice.