Justin graduated with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan in 2005. Following graduation, Justin continued his education pursuing advanced credentials in manual therapy through the Canadian Physical Therapy Association’s Orthopaedic Division. He worked in Saskatchewan for 6 years, gaining invaluable experience working alongside top professionals in the area, including at the University of Regina where his team was responsible for treating the varsity sports teams.
Justin left Regina in 2011 and went to Zimbabwe, to work with local professionals developing a program training lay people to work as rehabilitation aides to assist the overburdened staff at a rural hospital. This program was successful improving the reach and productivity of the rehabilitation department.
Upon completion of the program in Zimbabwe, Justin returned to Canada and moved to London, Ontario where he was accepted into a Masters program at Western University studying advanced orthopaedics and joint manipulation. Completion of this program earned Justin fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT), a prestigious title recognized as the most advanced manual therapy qualifications for Canadian physical therapists.
Since then, Justin has been practising in the Toronto area. He has been working with the University of Toronto department of physical therapy as a clinical instructor and is active mentoring new physical therapists, helping them improve their clinical reasoning and manual therapy skills.
In addition to his professional credentials, Justin is active in various sporting endeavours. He was the top squash player in Saskatchewan for years and continues to be ranked nationally. In 2006, Justin won a national championship in sprint canoe with the Wascana Racing Canoe Club. And, currently, Justin is an avid cyclist and triathlete, competing at events across Ontario.