PROPEL PHYSIOTHERAPY IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THESE EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETES
SEATED DISCUS, JAVELIN, SHOTPUT & SLEDGE HOCKEY
Propel Physiotherapy is pleased to announce our support for Tiffany-Ayne Gaudette as she prepares to earn a spot on the Canadian Women’s National Paralympic team and qualify for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo in seated javelin, discus and shotput. Our integrated health team will be helping Tiffany strengthen her core and upper body in order to increase her power, speed and flexibility for throws, as well as improving her overall physical condition for training and qualifications.
Propel Physiotherapy is incredibly proud to be supporting Anthony Lue for the second year in a row, as he continues his quest to earn a spot on the Canadian Men’s National Paralympic hand-cycling team and qualify for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The sponsorship will help relieve some of the costs of competing a high level, which can include coaching, training, dietitians, equipment, and competition fees and expenses. Read more…
MIXED MARTIAL ARTIST
Propel Physiotherapy is excited to sponsor mixed martial arts fighter, Chad Hunt. The skilled fighter is receiving physiotherapy treatment that helps him stay in top shape leading up to his next fight. We deliver therapeutic treatments such as soft tissue release, acupuncture, strength and movement coaching to ensure Chad is at his optimal performance when he enters the cage. Helping Chad rebuild and heal from any sprains, strains and contusions sustained in practices and sparring sessions will be key in ensuring his success. In addition, Propel Physiotherapy provides education on concussion, concussion management, as well as best practice strategies for dealing with head trauma for Chad and his team.