Liam completed his Bachelor of Science (Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour) in 2017 prior to completing his Master of Science (Physiotherapy) in 2019 at McMaster University. As a believer in the importance of lifelong learning, he continuously strives to improve his knowledge and skill set. Since joining the Strive team in November 2019, Liam has completed several continuing education courses specializing in hip and shoulder injuries, manual therapy, acupuncture, and pain science.
Liam is a firm believer that living an active lifestyle is integral to health and happiness. He prioritizes an active approach to recovery and rehabilitation using the most up-to-date research. Collaboration is the key to Liam’s treatment style and philosophy, as he aims to learn as much as he can about his clients in order to help them achieve their goals.
Working as a physiotherapy consultant for clinical cases across Canada has provided Liam with further insight into the healthcare system. Furthermore, he has worked with clients of all ages (from 18 months to 103 years old) with a variety of different needs, including those with orthopedic, neurological, and cardiovascular conditions.
Outside of the clinic you can find Liam lifting weights in his home gym, snowboarding down the steepest mountain he can find, or golfing with his buddies. He makes sure to spend his vacations traveling and attending as many music festivals as he can.
- Elbow sprain
- Knee sprain
- Ankle sprain
- Rotator cuff tendinopathy
- Patellar tendinopathy
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome
- Lumbar radicular pain
- Neck sprain/strain
Cats or dogs? Dogs
What would you take with you on a desert island? A computer, pug, and a surfboard.
Worst fad you’ve ever participated in? Socks and sandals
Something from your bucket list? Surfing on a real wave
Last book you read? Bring about what you think about
Most useless talent you have? Skateboarding
Favourite sport to watch vs to play? Football
Guilty Pleasure? Mini cinnamon rolls.
A skill that you would like to learn? To play piano
What song would play every time you enter a room? Rocket Man – Elton John