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Trevor holds a Master of Physiotherapy from University of Queensland in Australia (2011) and a Bachelor in Health and Physical Education at the University of Toronto. He has undertaken extensive continuing professional development including Western acupuncture and dry needling, exercise therapy and ultrasound imaging of the shoulder, and Dean Watson's approach to treating headaches and migraines.
Trevor developed his special interest in upper limb and shoulder injuries after working in a specialist hand and shoulder clinic in rural Australia. He hopes to translate these skills to treat high-performance golfers and golf-related injuries.Trevor is a manual therapist who takes a hands-on approach to physiotherapy and rehabilitation. He has a strong eye for movement dysfunction and addresses the presenting problem as well as the underlying cause. He has worked with a wide variety of orthopaedic and sport injury cases and has undertaken training in assessment and management of concussions. He looks forward to advancing his knowledge in sport-related injuries by pursuing a diploma in Sports Physiotherapy.
In his free time, Trevor volunteered at the Pan Am games as a treating Physiotherapist for golf athletes.