I participate regularly in the Ontario Bridging Program for Internationally Educated Physiotherapists (OIEPBP) at the University of Toronto. I assist in the learning experiences for program attendees as they make their way through preparation for Canadian licensing exams and work in Canada. Physiotherapists from the program shadow me at my clinics to gain experience in the Canadian work environment and discuss ideas for physiotherapy practice.
I provide mentorship and preceptorship for University of Toronto final year Physiotherapy Masters students & OIEPBP students. They complete 4 or 5 weeks musculo-skeletal physiotherapy placements under my supervision in preparation for licensing exams and the work place.
I was one of the lead therapists managing the team of therapists providing courtside coverage of the 2015 Pam Am basketball tournament at The Mattamy Sports Centre.
Worked with the Men’s and Women’s Canadian national cricket team, summer 2013. Consulted on injury management, physical preparation for tournament play.
Physiotherapist / Head Coach / Assistant Coach: Team physiotherapist responsible for team fitness training, coaching and player rehabilitation post-injury; Re-modeling of players’ techniques to prevent injury.
Injury management and pitch-side cover of junior games at U-11, U13 & U-15 level.
Many of the teenaged athletes who work with BSAG complain of heel, Achilles, knee, groin and ankle pain. I work closely with BSAG’s coaches to assess and rehabilitate the young athletes participating in their program, using running drills as part of their rehab program.
I have been working with the Head coach to manage player injuries & perform pre-season screening. The coaching team and I have implemented a training program focussed on integrating players’ physical preparation into their technical skill preparation. This maximises the effectiveness of limited contact time with his players.
I am the clinic director of PhysActiv Sports Medicine operating out of Parallel Fitness and Crossfit Crux. I lead the PhysActiv Sports Medicine’s rehabilitation and injury management team, working closely with the High Performance strength and conditioning coaches. We develop programs for injury prevention, therapeutic strength and conditioning and progressing athletes so they can benefit from strength training and playing with healthy tendons, joints and muscles. My team and I incorporate technical skills training into rehab programs.
Located at 57 Newkirk Drive, Unit 5, @Bayview and Major Mac. Parking available.
Monday: 11a.m – 8p.mTuesday: 11a.m – 8p.mWednesday: 11a.m – 8p.mThursday: 11a.m – 8p.mFriday: 11a.m – 8p.mSaturday: 9a.m – 1p.m.(647) 223 4848
I am available for short talks on injury prevention for runners, company health week seminars.Drop me a line if you’d like to know if physiotherapy can help you.