Steve received his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Alberta in Edmonton and a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He continued with post graduate training becoming a Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Steve later completed certification through the Manual Therapy Institute. He gained Fellow status in 2013 and then began his journey towards ICE Certification. Steve has a diverse background in both educational and professional settings, focused on orthopedic treatment and manual therapy. He was a teaching assistant in the Physiotherapy program in Vancouver, Canada and clinical instructor for LSU physical therapy students. He has published research in professional journals and has served as a reviewer for The Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy and Manual Therapy.
Master of Science, University of British Columbia
Bachelor of Science, University of Alberta
Back Pain, Chronic Pain, CrossFit, Endurance Athletes, Fitness Athletes, Headaches, Lifestyle Change, Neck Pain, Older Adults, Orthopedics, Overuse Injuries, Persistent Pain, Spine Pain, Sports Rehab, TMJ/TMD
Number of ICE Courses Taken
ICE Certified, Cert-CMFA