Hilary Veenstra, BScHK (Hons), MScPT

Registered Physiotherapist

Hilary Veenstra grew up in Cornwall and graduated from St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School as an Ontario Scholar in 2014. She then attended the University of Ottawa and obtained an Honour’s Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. Upon graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2018, Hilary was accepted into the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto.

During Hilary’s time in Toronto, she took a particular interest in the role of physiotherapy in cancer care. Hilary successfully completed a Rehabilitation Strategies for Patients with Cancer course, and was an attendee at the First Annual Geriatric Oncology Conference.

Hilary was glad to move home to Cornwall in early 2020. She is eager to provide care to the members of the community where she was raised. She strives to assist her clients in reaching their goals, increasing mobility, managing pain and improving overall quality of life.

Recent Articles by Hilary Veenstra

Understanding the Rotator Cuff: Common Injuries and Treatment Options

The rotator cuff is a crucial group of muscles located in the shoulder joint. These muscles work together to provide stability and mobility to the shoulder, allowing for a wide range of movements. However, due to its complex structure and constant use, the rotator...

Understanding Plantar Fasciitis

As we’re in sandal weather, it’s important to understand foot health and some musculoskeletal conditions that can arise. One such example, and a condition we treat often in the clinic, is plantar fasciitis.  Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that affects...

Balance training in seniors

Balance training is an important part of any exercise regimen, but it becomes even more crucial as we age. As we get older, our risk of falling increases, which can lead to serious injuries like broken bones and head trauma. In fact, according to the Centers for...