Education & Training
Chris has specialized training and experience in the areas of soft tissue release, facilitated stretching for pain relief or performance enhancement, mild traumatic brain injury assessment, neurorehabilitation, fitness assessment, exercise prescription and program design, strength and conditioning, therapeutic exercise for seniors and special populations, physical job demands analysis, and office and industrial ergonomics.
He graduated from the University of Waterloo with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology specializing in Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics. He obtained his Master of Science in Spine Biomechanics under the tutelage of Dr. Stuart McGill.
Over the past 15 years, Chris has enjoyed a wide and varied career that has taken him across North America and overseas as a human factors consultant, ergonomist, process improvement consultant, disability accommodation specialist, employability counsellor, instructor, spine researcher. Most recently, he upgraded his clinic skills at Humber College to become a Registered Kinesiologist, and joined Propel Physiotherapy.