Mike treats people of all activity levels and ages from weekend warriors to elite athletes. He has mentored physiotherapists across Ontario as well as worked on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association. Mike also represented physiotherapists within the Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games Medical Services Expert Provider Group. During his career, he had the opportunity to work in a clinic side by side with orthopaedic surgeons and a physiatrist, allowing him to work with many people following complex and traumatic injuries. Mike has been consulting nationally since 2012 leading to a consultation of over 1,000 physiotherapy cases. This has given him a lot of insight into what Physiotherapy looks like across Canada.
Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Mike served in the reserves for 9 years as a member of the Artillery in the Canadian Armed Forces. He also enjoys spending time with his family, hiking all the trails surrounding Kitchener, running, and working out.
- Fractured collar bone
- Fractured wrist
- Fractured ankle
- Fractured foot
- Rotator cuff injury
- Back injury from a car accident
- Multiple ankle sprains
- Medial meniscus injury
Cats or dogs? Dogs.
Worst idea you’ve ever had? Skiing behind a car.
Worst fad you’ve ever participated in? Rat Tail
Do you have any kids? A toddler named Maverick.
Last book you read? Together is Better: A little Book of Inspiration
Most useless talent you have? Sewing
What 3 things are you bringing with you, stranded on a desert island? A multitool, My Wife, and our son Maverick
Biggest Pet Peeve? Clutter
In your high school yearbook, you won/would have won…? Most likely to get stuff done
What song would play every time you enter a room? Eye of the Tiger – Survivor