Jeff utilizes a variety of techniques to rehabilitate complex neuromusculoskeletal conditions, including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, acupuncture, and neural mobilizations.
Jeff’s clinical experience is notable. During 6 years at a prominent Sports Medicine clinic in Toronto, Jeff had the challenging task of rehabilitating Olympic athletes and weekend warriors alike. Jeff has also enjoyed the challenge of treating a spectrum of Northumberland residents over the last 9 years at COSIC, including during his role as the Physiotherapist for the Cobourg Cougars Junior A hockey team and Cobourg Kodiaks Major Series Lacrosse team.
Jeff’s academic footing is equally impressive, earning a Masters of Science Degree in Physiotherapy, as well as an Honors Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree from McMaster University. Jeff holds an Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, the highest designation available to Physiotherapists practicing in orthopaedics.
Jeff remains committed to improving the quality of physiotherapy provision through different teaching responsibilities. He instructs advanced manual therapy courses to Physiotherapists as an instructor with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Jeff has also taught physiotherapy courses at U of T, and mentors Physiotherapists pursuing advanced manual therapy credentials.
Outside of Physiotherapy interests, Jeff looks forward to spending time with his young family. He remains active by playing basketball, hockey, and golf.