Patrick is a seasoned physiotherapist with over 10 years of experience across private practice, and outpatient healthcare
in both hospital and military base settings.
Patrick graduated from Dalhousie University, with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy in 2008 after completing
a Bachelor of Science degree from Cape Breton University in 2006. During this time, Patrick enjoyed playing junior and senior
hockey, as well as varsity soccer with both Cape Breton University Capers and the Dalhousie Tigers.
Patrick began his physiotherapy career in a private practice setting in Pictou, Nova Scotia, treating many types of sport,
work, and motor vehicle-related injuries and rehabilitations for people of all ages. In 2013, Patrick and his wife, Jessica
moved to Inuvik, Northwest Territories. During his time there, Patrick treated individuals in a hospital outpatient setting.
Since his university days, Patrick has spent many hours volunteering, coaching high school soccer and track teams, as well as
pee-wee and bantam hockey, while completing various coaching certifications.
Since relocating to St. Albert in 2017 Patrick has enjoyed working with Canadian Forces members in a fast-paced outpatient
clinic, treating a variety of sport, work and physical training-related injuries. He and his family are now proud to call
St. Albert home and are very excited to be opening and operating a family-based physiotherapy clinic in this growing community.
Patrick will continue to apply the same tried and tested foundations that have served his practice well in the past – a
patient-centered approach, relatability to patients, strong manual therapy and exercise prescription.
- Master of Science (Physiotherapy), Dalhousie University (2008)
- Bachelor of Science (Biology), Cape Breton University (2006)
- Candidate for Diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulation Therapy, Canadian Physiotherapy Association
- Functional dry needling
- Athletic taping
- Mulligan Mobilization with Movement
- Butler Neuromobilization
- Sahrmann Movement Impairment Syndromes
- Scotty Butcher’s Practical Aspects of Exercise Prescription
- Jill Robertson’s Integrating the shoulder and the spine
- Stu McGill’s Building the ultimate back: from rehabilitation to performance.