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Neal graduated from the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Alberta. Previous to this, he received a Baccalaureat en Sciences Physiques from the University of Alberta's Campus Saint-Jean. He is proud of his bilingual heritage, and he is happy to offer his physiotherapy practice in both official languages.
Like many of his colleagues, Neal's own personal history of sport-related injuries is what ultimately brought him to the profession. Neal understands the struggle of being kept from doing what is important to you because of injury, and his pursuit of optimizing the healing environment led him to become a physiotherapist. Neal believes that recovering from any injury is a complex situation that is specific to each individual. He is passionate about finding the best way to work towards rehabilitation with each client he encounters. Each client can expect a personalized blend of exercise prescription, manual therapy, modalities when appropriate, and a good amount of education.
Outside of work, you can usually find him on the mats training boxing and kickboxing, in the weight room, or at the dog park with his goldendoodle named Zoey. In the winter, he is usually found in the mountains doing his favorite activity, snowboarding. Neal's goals over the next few months include broadening his culinary abilities to be able to retire the Kraft Dinner, and finally starting to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu after years of saying he would get around to it eventually.