As a registered physiotherapist with years of experience in personal training, Ian has
dedicated his professional career to learning ways to rehabilitate injuries and optimize the
Obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa
and then following it up with his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy in 2018, Ian serves his
local community, helping the people within it reach their health and fitness goals.
Ian developed his interest in the field of health and fitness early on, playing elite level hockey.
Being drafted into the Ontario Hockey League and playing Junior A hockey allowed him the opportunity to be exposed to great fitness coaches and physiotherapists. Having had his fair share of injuries during his time playing, he learned firsthand what it takes to rehabilitate an injury, then optimize the body’s performance to get back to playing at a high level.
Ian strongly believes that the human body’s health depends on multiple factors that include optimized sleep, healthy nutrition, proper stress management, movement and exercise. His evidence-based practice combines patient
education, manual therapy and exercise prescription to achieve optimal wellness.
Ian is continuing his education by taking multiple post-graduate courses including McKenzie part
A - Lumbar Spine, McKenzie part B - Cervical and Thoracic Spine, the Mulligan Concept : Upper
Quadrant, Level 1 Cranio-Sacral Therapy with Doreen Killens, PRI (Postural Restoration
Institute) - Postural Respiration, AMA (Athletic Movement Assessment) - Upper Extremities.
He also completed many strength and conditioning courses including Pinnacle Performance
Biomechanics Program and Advanced Biomechanics Program, DTS (Darby Training Systems)
Level 1, DTS Hypertrophy, DTS Low Back Course, and many more.
Ian is a bilingual therapist who is happy to provide services in French or English.