After completing her Master's of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia, Carley worked for several years at BC Children's Hospital (BCCH). She worked with infants and children aged 0-20, and their families, as they navigated complicated surgeries and illnesses. While she enjoyed her career at BCCH immensely, Carley was born and raised in Victoria and moved back home to the island to be closer to family. Carley is now working at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health in Victoria.
Since graduation, Carley has completed courses in pediatric oncological rehabilitation, play therapy, orthopedic manual therapy, K-Taping, Brachial Plexus injuries, pain management, and more. Carley has experience working with children with cerebral palsy, post-surgical rehabilitation, cancer, amputation, low muscle tone, Cystic Fibrosis, developmental coordination disorder, Down syndrome, spinal muscular atrophy, general developmental delay, and numerous other complex medical conditions. Carley is particularly interested in treating children with congenital musculoskeletal disorders, cancer, and neurological impairments.She is a dedicated physiotherapist with enthusiasm for providing high-quality, evidence-based treatment for children and youth.