Graeme is a 10+ year veteran of Physiotherapy. Over the years, he has focused his practice on musculoskeletal injuries. Under this umbrella of conditions, Graeme has extensive experience with sports conditions, workplace injury, persistent pain management, and injury prevention solutions for staying active and healthy.
Graeme began his path to Physiotherapy when he graduated in 2001 from The University of Western Ontario. He then spent time travelling and teaching English overseas. Upon returning to Canada he enrolled in the Masters of Physiotherapy program through Queens University and graduated in 2007.
As an experienced Physiotherapist, Graeme has taken many post graduate courses including bike fitting for injury prevention, advanced manual and manipulative therapy through the CPA orthopaedic division and Evidence in Motion, as well as persistent pain management and concussion treatment. He is certified in Acupuncture through the AFCI and has been practicing for 10 years.
Graeme is passionate about helping people return to their activities, whether that's high level sports or hobbies/special interests such as playing music. He understands the importance of a patient participating in activities that bring joy to their lives. He is excited to work with his patients and brings a positive energy to the therapeutic experience. Outside of the Physiotherapy world, Graeme enjoys mountain/road biking, surfing/paddle boarding, crossfit, trail running, and spending time with his family. He has participated in multiple triathlons including Ironman Canada and competes annually in adventure races.