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Ty completed his Honours Bachelor of Science with high distinction from the University of Toronto. He majored in Human Physiology and Human Biology and participated in cellular research looking into epilepsy at Toronto Western Hospital in his final year. He then completed his Master in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, where he participated in clinical research looking at the effects of aging on different sensory systems and the effect that has on balance. This was later published in Physical Therapy, which is an American peer-reviewed medical journal. To further enhance his clinical skills, Ty completed his Clinical Doctor of Physical Therapy which focused on advanced management of musculoskeletal disorders.
Ty practiced in Victoria, BC for several years in an outpatient setting and worked with a variety of patients. He has been involved in the clinical education of physiotherapists and athletic therapists and continues to maintain an adjunct professor position at the University of British Columbia.
Ty’s approach to physiotherapy is based on ensuring a thorough assessment and looking at the body as a whole. He uses an evidence-based approach to treatment and utilizes trigger point dry needling, manual therapy, corrective exercises and self-management strategies to ensure his patients have a comprehensive plan towards addressing their concerns. His clinical interests include neck pain, low back pain, shoulder pain and knee pain.
In his spare time, Ty enjoys travel, photography, and learning new languages.