SKYE Physiotherapy for those who suffer from chronic pain or injuries may be able to find long-lasting solutions at a physical therapy office in Ellicott City, MD. The office offers concierge physical therapy services and dry needling, among other services.
Marcia de Gouw
Licensed physiotherapist Marcia de Gouw is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She has over 10 years of experience working in private care. She graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Western Ontario. She has special training in women’s health issues and pelvic floor insufficiency. She is currently in pursuit of furthering her career.
Marcia has a background in competitive dancing, Pilates courses and Irish step-dancer. She has also represented Canada internationally. She is passionate about working with patients of all ages. She welcomes WSIB, private, and motor vehicle accident patients. She is an expert in rehabilitation. She has extensive knowledge of Stott Pilates and good posture. She also has an interest in promoting emotional and physical well-being. She is passionate about her work and looks forward to working with you.
Marcia’s training has been focused on stimulating the body’s natural healing abilities. She is experienced in treating patients at all stages of cancer treatment. Her training also includes oncology rehabilitation and special training in women’s health issues.
During her career as a physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates instructor, Kubet Weston has worked with athletes all over the world. She has specialized in spinal stabilization and Sports Medicine, and has successfully worked with athletes suffering from trauma related injuries. She is a STOTT PILATES Certified Rehab Instructor and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is passionate about integrating exercise and rehab Pilates with physiotherapy. Her aim is to restore optimal health, and she has a team of skilled clinicians who work with clients of all ages.
Kubet’s passion for sport has allowed her to become a voice for diversity in sport. She has worked with athletes in Canada and around the world, including members of the Canadian Olympic Rowing Team. She believes that athletes need to be prepared for practice and competition, and that they need to have emotional skills to be successful. She believes that athletes need to understand that their success is 80% mental and 20% physical.