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Courtney Zoschke  BSc (Kin)


Courtney has recently completed her Bachelors of Science, Kinesiology degree from the University of Victoria. Her passion for kinesiology originated from being involved in competitive sport in adolescence and a general interest in the human body, including the mechanisms by which chronic disease and pathology occur. Given the opportunity to engage in undergraduate research in the area of neuroscience, her interest in the causal mechanisms of pathologies such as chronic pain piqued. 

Throughout the years, she has considered many potential career paths in the health care field and believes she will be most content in a profession that allows her to directly improve the quality of life of those dealing with chronic pathologies.

She was initially drawn to CHANGEpain because of the interdisciplinary approach to pain management and is eager to contribute to the development and understanding of such a prevalent yet misunderstood area of medicine.

In her spare time, she tries to be active, whether it be through playing sports, hiking, weight training, and yoga.

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