MPT, BSc Honors Kin, CSCS
Brandon is a Registered Physical Therapist with an extensive background in sport, movement analysis and motor re-training. He has personally experienced the ability of physiotherapy to improve performance in all capacities, which ultimately led to his passion for movement. Brandon combines his experience as an NCAA athlete, his academic training and the hours he has spent working with his clients to find a treatment strategy that will work specifically for each individual.
After graduating with a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia, and a Bachelors of Science with Honors in Kinesiology from University of Western Ontario, Brandon has an appreciation for the role of research in guiding his practice. He has been a key contributor on multiple research projects throughout his academic career, for topics ranging from biomechanics to cardiorespiratory physiology.
Brandon is currently pursuing further education in Manual Therapy and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is also a Level 2 MovNat Certified Trainer and has worked with youth athletes as a coach, trainer and skills development specialist for over a decade.
Brandon tries to be on the water as much as he can, be it surfing or paddle boarding. However, during the winter you will find him in the mountains, where he enjoys skiing and snowshoeing.
We accept cash, cheques or e-transfers, to be paid in full at the time of your appointment.
We require a minimum of 24 hours notice for all cancellations and re-scheduling. Please note that no-shows or cancellations made with less than 24 hours notice will be charged a full session price.
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Intramuscular Stimulation/Dry Needling
Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) is a total system for the diagnosis and treatment of myofascial pain (chronic pain that occurs in the musculoskeletal system when there is no obvious sign of injury or inflammation). IMS is a deep dry needle technique that works by targeting and relaxing tight muscle fibres. Developed 30 years ago by Vancouver-based physician Dr. Chann Gunn, IMS utilizes acupuncture needles to pinpoint muscles that have become shortened from distress.