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Colin completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) from the University of Alberta prior to travelling to Sydney, Australia to complete his Masters in Physiotherapy (MPT). While completing his Masters degree, Colin worked with semi-professional Rugby teams to provide on-field treatment and care. After graduating, he returned home to Canada to begin working in orthopaedic and sports physiotherapy in a private clinic setting.
Colin has spent time developing a wide range of skills to add to his physiotherapy practice. He has taken post-graduate educational courses, including Dry Needling/Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Functional Movement Screening (FMS), McGill Method for Low Back Pain, Spinal Manipulation, UofC Concussion Protocol, and other courses specializing in manual therapy and the treatment of the hip and shoulder joints. Colin has completed his Masters of Rehabilitation Science (MRSc) with a focus on Orthopaedic Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy through the University of British Columbia, which granted him a Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT).
All the intricacies and connections between the body has caused him to further his knowledge in multiple areas through courses and further research. He has extensive knowledge around motor vehicle collisions and whiplash associated disorders. For everyone he sees, Colin loves diving deeper into the issue to find the root cause of pain and limitations while addressing the painful symptoms associated with injuries that come through the door.
For every patient, Colin believes treatment should include 3 things: 1) Education, 2) Exercise, and 3) Manual Therapy. He believes that with individualized aspects of all three, he can help individuals become the best version of themselves.
Colin is obsessed with helping the Calgary community and playing his part in keeping them doing what they love. He is excited to be a part of and work alongside his patients to help them achieve their functional goals! Outside of the clinic, he is an avid hiker and gym go-er.
- FCAMPT: Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy
- Dry Needling/IMS
- Spinal Manipulation
- SFMA: Selective Functional Movement Assessment
- McGill Method: Low Back Pain
- Concussion Protocol: University of Calgary