Alex graduated from Queen’s University in 2013 with a Kinesiology degree. Following that, he completed a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy from Western University in 2015. During his studies at Western, he worked as a personal trainer at the Western University Fitness Center. Since graduating, he has been a proud member of the Foundation team.
Alex specializes in functional assessment, exercise prescription, and neurofunctional acupuncture. He has a special interest in treating athletes of all levels, as well as individuals with neck and low back pain. He has a strong focus on utilizing rehabilitative exercise with strength and conditioning to optimize function and performance. By the end of your rehab program, you can expect to leave feeling stronger and more confident in your physical abilities than when you came in.
Alex likes to stay up to date with the best current evidence, and has taken advanced courses on the management of neck and low back disorders (Evidence in Motion – EIM) and acupuncture (McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling). Furthermore, he stays active in the strength and conditioning field by attending courses and conferences, specifically on powerlifting, core, hip, and shoulder training.
In the past, Alex has competed in multiple sports including wrestling, football, rowing, and track. Currently, he likes to stay active by lifting heavy things at the gym and dancing salsa and bachata.