Corinne Wade

Corinne is the proud owner and CEO of Kare Physiotherapy and has specialized in the field of pelvic floor physiotherapy for 30 years.  She is a graduate of University of British Columbia's School of Rehab Sciences. Corinne has worked as a physiotherapist in a myriad of health care settings in both the United States and in Canada. She has taken numerous postgraduate courses focusing on Women’s Health, Men's Health, Transgender health, pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopaedic manual therapy. Corinne frequently lectures on many topics including pelvic pain, male and female incontinence, core strengthening and injuries related to pregnancy and male/female sexual dysfunction. She has special postgraduate training in treating both men and women with pelvic floor muscle dysfunction such as incontinence and pelvic pain.

Corinne is one of the few physiotherapists in the Okanagan that specialize in treating men.  She frequently sees men for conditions such as pelvic pain, pudendal neuralgia, athletic pelvic pain, hard flaccid syndrome, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease and urinary incontinence related to prostate cancer treatment.

She is a registered physiotherapist and is a member of the Canadian Continence Foundation, the International Pelvic Pain Society and the Canadian Society of Intestinal Research. She is an approved Core Confidence Bellies Inc Trainer.

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Katie Hauck

Katie has been a practicing orthopaedic and pelvic health physiotherapist in Ontario for over 10 years before venturing to BC and being tempted to stay by the Okanagan lifestyle. While navigating her own struggles with challenging menstrual periods, back pain and persistent pelvic pain, Katie became passionate about pelvic health physiotherapy early on in her career. 

During her formal educational years, Katie took a particular interest in anatomy and the connectedness of different structures in the body with the pelvis as a key pillar. She continues to update her skills with courses growing her toolset to help her clients better achieve their goals. Through a tailored approach involving multiple modalities including hands-on manual treatment, acupuncture and exercise, Katie strives to identify the root of her clients’ concerns so they can take control of their health and get back to what they enjoy the most in life. 

Katie loves to share her knowledge teaching physiotherapists new to the pelvic health profession and conducting community workshops. She has also presented at a number of cancer-specific events at various Toronto-based hospitals and virtually through the Prostate Cancer Society on the urinary, pain and sexual health impacts of radiation, hormonal therapy or surgery for gynae, breast and prostate cancers. Katie treats all genders for a variety of pelvic health conditions including: complex pain and sexual pain (dyspareunia, vaginismus, endometriosis, chronic prostatitis), urinary urgency/frequency, pre and postnatal, post-surgical, post-menopausal and post-cancer care.

Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time in nature whether it’s on a bike, running, paddle boarding or a leisurely hike with her rescue pup. When presented with the opportunity, Katie loves to explore the underwater world while scuba diving.