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Mark graduated from the University of Calgary with an undergraduate in Kinesiology. After working for three years in rehabilitation settings, Mark attended McMaster University and attained a Master in Physiotherapy in 2003. His mini-thesis was on Three Dimensional Gait Analysis in Children with Cerebral Palsy. He has completed his Certificate in Medical Acupuncture from the University of Alberta in 2005, and his Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy through the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 2010.
Mark has completed post-graduate courses in Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Imaging, Conservative Management for Whiplash Associated Disorder, and Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy. He is registered with Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association and is on the spinal manipulation, diagnostic imaging, and dry needling rosters. Mark is involved in educating other physiotherapists both in individual mentorship as well as teaching through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Mark enjoys treating individuals with a wide range of conditions, and has several years experience working with chronic pain physicians and interventional radiologists in dealing with chronic spine-related dysfunction. He also enjoys treating both recreational and competitive athletes, assisting them achieve their highest level of function.
Mark enjoys training and racing in triathon and running and has completed three Ironman events, two marathons, and many shorter races as well. He is a father to two young active children.