Head of Physiotherapy Department, Registered Physiotherapist, M. Manual Therapy, B.Sc.(P.T.), FCAMT, MCPA
Brett's Tip to Clients:
One of the keys to successful rehabilitation is quality, not quantity. Proper movement patterning in physiotherapy is crucial for full recovery from an injury. Just like learning any new activity, motor relearning requires concentration and focus to get it right. Sometimes, less is more.
Master of Manual Therapy, University of Western Australia
Bachelor of Science (Physical Therapy), University of Western Ontario
Continuing Education and Certificates:
Advanced Manual Therapy - Part B Equivalency
Acupuncture for Pain Control - Level I (U.K. Accreditation)
Mulligan Techniques - Upper Quadrant
Myofascial Release - Level I
Lumbar/Core Stabilisation Techniques
Explain and Understand Pain - Lorimer Moseley
Lumber Rehabilitation - Stuart McGill
Professional Memberships and Licenses:
Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists
Member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)
Member of the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA
Brett has had the privilege of working as a physiotherapist in orthopaedic and sport medicine clinics in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. He has a special interest in the treatment of the ankle and lumbar spine.
Brett is also the consulting physiotherapist for the University of Guelph Gryphons Men's Soccer team!