Location: Liberty Village
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology degree from Western University, Taylor completed the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program from the University of Toronto in the fall of 2020.
As a patient-centred physiotherapist, Taylor works closely with each of his patients to provide an individualized approach that will assist them in reaching their goals, whatever they may be. He incorporates a combination of exercise prescription, patient education, manual therapy, and neurofunctional acupuncture into his treatment plan depending on what the patient in front of him will benefit from the most.
Growing up, Taylor competed in several sports including basketball, soccer, and track & field. These days, he likes to stay active by playing a variety of sports (more recently he picked up squash and bouldering), working out, and going for daily morning walks. His engagement with sport and movement throughout his life has shown him firsthand the importance of physical activity for the maintenance of both physical and mental health. This experience has made Taylor passionate about working with patients of all levels of athletic ability so that they too can move well, move often, and live a healthy and active life.
Taylor has completed Levels 1 and 2 of the Orthopaedic Division's Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal (AIM) Program. He has also completed training in acupuncture through McMaster University?s Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program and Acupuncture Canada's Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture (AA1) Course. In the future, Taylor plans to pursue further education in manual therapy, acupuncture, and concussion management.