Matt is a compassionate manual practitioner with extensive knowledge and experience in treating neuromusculoskeletal injuries. He graduated from York University in 2016 with his Honours degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences while concurrently completing the Athletic Therapy (AT) Certificate program. After graduating from York, he continued his education by attending and graduating from the Ontario College of Health and Technology, becoming a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in 2017. In 2018 he began his studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). He graduated from CMCC in 2022. In addition to his multiple disciplines, Matt has also taken courses to expand his skillset in order to provide Western Medical Acupuncture to his patients.
Since 2013, Matt has worked in a variety of different rehab settings. From on-field athletic medical coverage, to multidiscplinary sports medicine facilities, to motor vehicle accident clinics he has seen and managed all kinds of athletic and non-athletic injuries and conditions.
He uses a patient-centered approach from the initial visit in order to properly diagnose the pain generator. Following the initial assessment you can expect a clearly explained treatment plan directed at your specific goals.
He approaches his treatments in a unique way; by incorporating an all-encompassing treatment of the soft tissues, joints, and nerves to fully achieve his patient?s goals of decreased pain, increased mobility and improved strength/stability. He strives for improvement after every session and creates specialized treatment plans to ensure the same pain does not reoccur.
As a uniquely multi-disciplined health care professional, Matt focuses on improving both athletic performance and the quality of life for all patients. With his excellent bed-side manner and patient-centered care he works to empower his patients through education and reassurance in every session. On his free time he enjoys playing hockey, volleyball, spikeball, tennis, golf and weight lifting.