Sarah Latter is a Physiotherapy Assistant at Cleveland Clinic Canada. She has a strong interest in the management and treatment of athletic injuries as well as women’s health, pelvic health and Pilates-based rehab.
Ms. Latter completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Kinesiology from Queens University before going on to obtain her Masters of Physiotherapy from St. George’s, University of London. During the time between her two degrees, Ms. Latter worked as both a fitness instructor and a research assistant in the Kinesiology Department at the University of Toronto.
Ms. Latter has clinical experience in a variety of specialties and settings, including neurosurgery, musculoskeletal care, elderly care, community neurorehabilitation, cardiorespiratory care and neurological/ musculoskeletal private practice. With her previous degree in kinesiology and her background as a fitness instructor, she feels most drawn to musculoskeletal and athletic injuries. In her practice, Ms. Latter helps to enable her patients to achieve their goals, whether that means getting back to peak athletic performance or simply being able to participate in the activities of daily living.
Ms. Latter is active in her community and has volunteered in numerous roles. She previously volunteered as a student interviewer at St George’s to help interview MSc and BSc Physiotherapy course applicants. She has also volunteered for the Embodia App, helping to manage content for their exercise library.
When she’s not treating patients, Ms. Latter enjoys teaching Lagree, spending time with her family and friends, exercising and golfing.
- Masters of Physiotherapy (with Distinction)
- St. George’s, University of London
- Non-Degree Studies
- University of Toronto
- Bachelor of Science (Honours)
- Queen's University
- CSEP-PT Certification
- Lagree Method Certification
- Medical Terminology Certification
- CPR/ Emergency First Aid Level C Certification
- Athletic injuries
- Pelvic health
- Women’s health
- Pilates-based rehab
- Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)
- Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)