Patrick graduated from McGill University with a BSc. Physical Therapy in 2007, and has over 10 years of experience working in sports medicine with “weekend warriors”, high level athletes and the general population.
In 2011, he attended Curtin University in Western Australia, and obtained a master’s in Clinical Physical Therapy with a specialization in Manipulative Therapy. Learning from some leading clinicians in the field, Patrick developed a special interest in managing low back pain. Approaching chronic pain or persistent injuries from a different perspective, he hopes to offer an alternative solution, or the occasional “second-opinion”.
Patrick is presently a sessional lecturer at McGill University, and is in the process of pursuing his PhD in the area of chronic low back pain.
Notable Post Graduate Training
- Active Release Therapy (ART)
- Certified Dry Needling practitioner
- Fellow of Canadian Association of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT)
- McKenzie (MDT) Levels A-D
- Dr. Rocabado’s TMJ (Jaw pain) series
Staying active and playing sports have long been an important part of Patrick’s life, and he aims to help others achieve their own goals, pain-free.