Specialized in:Injury/patient Assessment, soft tissue manipulation, neurofunctional acupuncture, myofascial release therapy, rotator cuff/shoulder injury assessment and treatment, neck and low back strains, injury prevention, sport/orthopaedic injury management and rehabilitation.
Experience: Team Massage Therapist for the CWHL’s 2016/17 Toronto Furies, Instructor at Mohawk College, Event Massage Therapist 2017 CWBL Woman’s Nathional Championship, Event Massage Therapist OFSAA 2017 Wrestling Championship, Team Massage Therapist for the 2016 National Ontario Junior Wheelchair Basketball Team, Athlete Medical for the 2016 Ontario Summer Games, Athlete Medical for the 2015 Toronto PanAm/ParaPanAm Games, Event Sport Massage Therapist for the 2015 Canadian Master’s Swimming Championship and Sport Massage Therapist for the past 3 consecutive years for the Ride To Conquer Cancer.
When athletes and active individuals experience injury, it is not uncommon for all aspects of their lives to be affected. Joshua’s greatest passion is helping those who have experienced setbacks to any degree within their sport by providing the highest standard of treatment, care, education, motivation, and peace of mind with everyone he works with.
Joshua knows there is no single treatment approach that is right for everyone. This understanding has led him to pursue formal training in a range of additional modalities including Neurofunctional Acupuncture, Sport Massage Therapist, Graston Technique ® Provider, Kinesio / Athletic Taping, Cupping Massage, and Shiatsu / Floor assisted athletic stretching.
Joshua’s educational background includes McMaster University (Neurofunctional Acupuncture), Everest College (Massage Therapy) and Humber College (Adv. Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotions) with Kinesiology Theory studied at York University. Joshua leverages his knowledge in Exercise Science and experience working as a Personal Trainer (7 years) to provide patients with exemplary remedial exercise and homecare to best accelerate recovery and success with treatment.