Paul along with his wife Donna opened Physio in the Valley in 2001 with the intention of creating a practice that would combine the best of traditional physical therapy with the principles and techniques of osteopathic manual therapy.  Their belief was to create a physiotherapy practice where the client is treated one-on-one with advanced skills and training.  They had previously worked in facilities where clients were seen for quick, short visits; spending most of the time with assistants or being put on machines for their care.  The model of care at Physio in the Valley with Donna and Paul and associates is very different from that.

With over 25 years of clinical experience, Paul's practice and knowledge base is extensive and he is certainly one of the most experienced and well rounded therapists around.

Paul, BSc.PT, graduated from the University of Ottawa in 1996 and has been working in private outpatient setting since then.

Career and Professional Achievements
Paul has been studying and working in therapy for over 25 years; having studied occupational therapy, massage therapy and then completing his physiotherapy degree in 1996.  He then continued the quest for advanced skills with a multitude of post-graduate training in advanced manual therapy and osteopathy.  Paul has extra skills in hand therapy as well as the care of low backs having recently completed master class training in the McGill method.  Paul’s years of expertise in outpatient physiotherapy makes him one of the most experienced therapists working.  Your sessions are always one-on-one with your physiotherapist.

Therapist Qualifications

Paul’s repertoire of post-graduate training include some (certainly not all) of the following advanced training:

  • Manual therapy Level 3/3
  • Canadian College of osteopathy: Five Year Diploma in Osteopathic Manual training: thesis pending.
  • Acupuncture Level 1
  • Advanced Levels in Shoulder Rehabilitation including the unstable and the Shoulder of the athlete
  • MacKenzie Level A/B: treatment of the neck and lumbar spine
  • McGill Method: Advanced and Master Class Assessment and Treatment of the Lumbar Spine
  • The Physiotherapy Approach to treatment of Breathing Disorders






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