Maggie Phillips-Scarlett MPT MKIN CSCS CEP CAFCI
About Maggie Phillips-Scarlett
Maggie received a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology with Honours from Acadia University in 2000 where she specialized in Athletic Therapy and Sport Medicine. She was the athletic therapist for Acadia’s football team and conducted research on concussion with the varsity hockey program. Following graduation she worked in San Francisco as a certified strength & conditioning coach (CSCS). Upon returning to Canada she earned a Masters of Kinesiology (2004) from the University of Calgary where she was trained in the Human Performance Lab working with elite athletes (alpine skiers, speed skaters, swimmers and cyclists) and earned her certification as an Exercise Physiologist (CEP). Realizing her strengths were in combining exercise with sport medicine, she then did her Masters in Physical Therapy at UBC.
In 2005, Maggie began working with Canada’s Paralympic Ski Team as the Physiotherapist and the Strength and Conditioning Coach. Recently she began working with the Canadian Halfpipe Ski Team as a local Strength and Conditioning Coach and Physiotherapist. Maggie has recently partnered with local orthopedic surgeons to initiate an ACL prevention program with local soccer players in the Sea to Sky corridor. She continues to further her practice with courses in acupuncture, Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and the Selected Functional Movement Screen (SFMA) and K-taping.
Maggie is a Mom to two little boys and continues to strive to find balance amongst her family, work, and play (hiking, biking, skiing, paddle boarding!).