MClScPT, MPT, BScKin, FCAMPT, MCPA
- Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy
- Fellow Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy
- IMS/Dry Needling
- Soft Tissue Release
- Mulligan Mobilization with Movement
- First Responder
Anthony graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He then completed his Master’s of Science in Physical therapy at Western University in 2012. After graduating, Anthony spent 3 years practicing Physiotherapy in a Sports Medicine clinic in Calgary, Alberta, where he mentored under FCAMPT Physiotherapists. Since graduating, Anthony has completed extensive post-graduate Manual Physiotherapy training, advanced IMS dry needling certification, and completed training in soft tissue release and the Mulligan manual therapy concept.
In 2017, Anthony completed his post-graduate Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy from Western University, enabling him to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, or FCAMPT certified. This is an amazing accomplishment and is the highest manual therapy certification available in Canada! Anthony now acts as a mentor to fellow Physiotherapists working towards their FCAMPT certification.
Anthony has been actively involved in a variety of sports since his youth including: hockey, soccer, wrestling and golf. Some of his other interests include fishing and playing musical instruments. Anthony enjoys treating sport injuries (acute or chronic) as well as everyday strains and sprains.
When Anthony is not at the clinic, he is enjoying fishing, playing or singing music and spending time with his wife Jen, daughter, Riley, and son, Daniel.
Registered Massage Therapist
Margo has always been an active person and has been an avid CrossFit athlete for over seven years. She loves being in the gym perfecting her skills, staying fit and supporting our community.
Physiotherapists are self-regulated, primary health care professionals who aim to prevent, assess, and treat the impact of injury, disease, and/or disorders in movement and function. They work in private and public settings, providing health interventions as well as management, education, research, and consultation services. Physiotherapist assistants, working under the supervision of a physiotherapist, may also deliver treatment and physical interventions for patients and clients.
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