Brandon studied at Simon Fraser University and obtained his BSc in Kinesiology in 2001. The next year he began his physical therapy education at the University of Toronto. In 2003 he graduated with his MSc in Physical Therapy and began work in private practice at the Nanaimo Physiotherapy Clinic. After completing the second level of manual training through the Orthopedic Division, he traveled to Australia to study in the Master of Manipulative Therapy at Curtin University. During this time he worked as both a teaching assistant at the University and as a clinical instructor for students on clinical placement. In 2006 he graduated with a Masters of Manipulative Therapy and returned home to continue practice in the Nanaimo Physiotherapy Clinic. He is currently a co-owner in this clinic.
Throughout his career he has been involved in sports physiotherapy working with a variety of sports such as rugby, WLA Lacrosse, Senior A baseball, Junior A hockey, soccer, and the Canadian World Cup Ski Team (Alpine Canada). He currently holds an intermediate sport physiotherapist qualification and is studying for the Diploma level qualification.
Brandon has also pursued training in vestibular rehabilitation, intramuscular stimulation (IMS) and exercise management of osteoporosis. He enjoys putting all these skills to work to help his clients achieve their goals. Brandon believes that manual therapy used in conjunction with a specific and thoughtful exercise program is a powerful way to help his clients reach their functional goals.