Hannah Kim, RMT
Since childhood, Hannah has always liked working with people in need and learning and sharing something new with people around her. During her years in studying Biology in Queen’s university she grew her interest in human body system and injury rehabilitation, and that led Hannah’s path in completing Langara RMT program in 2019.
After she obtained her RMT license in 2019, she focused on building her practice in areas of motor vehicle accidents, whiplash, concussion, spinal injuries/ diseases, joint/ligament issues, and expanded her education in previously listed fields.
Hannah has a strong belief that every patient is unique and special, and patient-oriented treatment approach is the key for an effective rehabilitation.
She performs a thorough assessment to generate unique treatment plans for each specific patients. In her treatment, she likes to incorporate modalities that engage patients such as Active Stretching, Contractile Myofascial Release, PNF stretching Muscle Energy Technique, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, and introduces detailed home-care protocol to prevent furthur or future injury.
You can spot Hannah in the woods, hiking, jogging, camping or reading, or at good restaurants, enjoying her delicious meal, during her free time outside of the clinic.
SKILLS & EDUCATION
- Queen’s University – Bachelor in Biology 2017
- Langara College- Diploma in massage therapy 2019