Kerry completed her Master of Science in physical therapy from the University of Toronto. Kerry spent two seasons as a senior therapist for Acadia University’s varsity women's soccer team and one season with the men's hockey team.
It was this experience combined with her affinity for helping athletes achieve a safe return to sport and her personal experience in rehabilitation from when she played competitive volleyball and soccer, that inspired Kerry to want to work in high-performance sports. Kerry specializes in concussion assessment and rehabilitation and pelvic health dysfunction.
Kerry is currently the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary physiotherapist for the luge national team. In addition, Kerry is a member of the Evidence Sport and Spine team as well as doing work in sport-related concussion assessment and treatment at the University of Calgary Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre.