Katie MacDonald Farris, BSc, Dip SIM, CAT(C)
Katie has 17 years of experience in the field of Athletic Therapy. She graduated from Sheridan College in 1999 with a Diploma in Sports Injury Management. She then went on to work at Sheridan College where she managed and taught in the Sports Injury Clinic. During the next few years she worked at the Barrie Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center as well as with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL before moving back to Nova Scotia in 2003. Katie then worked for the Bedford Orthopedic Health Center for the next few years in addition to opening 2 retail stores and having 2 children. Katie had the opportunity to work at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics at the Whistler Sliding Center covering bobsled, skeleton and luge events.She was the Lead Therapist at the Equestrian venue at the 2015 PanAm Games in Toronto. Katie has had the pleasure of treating many elite level and professional athletes over the years. When she isn't competing in a horse show herself, Katie can be found helping her daughter, Bella, show her pony or taking in the action at a motocross race with her husband, Ryan and son, Malcolm.