Specialized in:Sport injury management and rehabilitation of both acute and chronic conditions, evaluation and restoration of neuromuscular function, sport-specific return-to-play protocols.
Experience:Athlete Institute Therapy Clinic, Athlete Institute Prep Head Athletic Therapist, Orangeville Prep Head Athletic Therapist, Orangeville A’s (NBL Canada) Head Athletic Therapist, Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Lead Medical Practitioner, Seneca College Varsity Teams & Therapy Clinic, various Toronto Rugby Clubs, North Halton Crimson Tide Football Team, Toronto Raptors Basketball Academy, Toronto FC Camps & Clinics, Humber College Varsity Teams & Therapy Clinic, York University Varsity Football Team.
@ Edge Fitness
Monday: 10 am – 6 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 6 pm
Friday: 10 am – 6 pm
Eric is an integrative manual therapist, crediting the development of his skills to the diverse set of health practitioners with whom he has worked over the course of his career. Specializing in neurofunctional assessment and management of sport injuries, he aims to promote recovery and restore movement. He spends the bulk of his time helping elite athletes perform to the best of their ability, and so Eric brings a motivated and global approach when assessing human movement. He examines beyond the site of your complaint and investigates the root of dysfunction. He believes in a mind-body connection and the influence of behavioural habits on biomechanics, so that he can cater care based on individual needs.
Eric utilizes a variety of manual therapeutic techniques, and also contemporary acupuncture to effectively enhance functional movement. In addition, Eric provides supportive taping and also corrective exercise prescription to empower clients with the knowledge of preventing injury.
“I believe in a synergistic therapist-client relationship. When we trust and understand each other, we can achieve results and enjoy the process. Whatever the goal is – high performance or pain-free daily activities – I give my best efforts because I identify with your goals and what they mean to you.”