Conor is a problem solver.

Whether he’s working with an injured runner or a pro-hockey player in the off-season, Conor is always working to find the best possible solution – and results – for his patients.

Conor’s treatment approach goes beyond the typical experience you’d find from a therapist. After an initial client assessment, he comes up with a treatment plan using a combination of therapeutic exercises and manual therapy backed by the most up-to-date research and testing.

How do you know it’s the most up-to-date research and testing? Because, well, Conor’s a bit of a research junkie. He lives and breathes all information that can give him the knowledge to help provide his patients with what they most deserve: the best possible treatment. And that’s when the results happen.

Each appointment brings his patients that much closer to achieving their goals – big or small. Clients consistently say their experience and time spent working with Conor always exceeds their expectations. As a UWO grad in Health Sciences, Conor has completed his RMT certification and has also earned his credentials in Sports Injury Therapy and Acupuncture.

His Sports Injury Therapy background has earned him a growing reputation in the professional sports industry. Conor has consulted for athletes in the NHL, NCAA and IHHF and he was a therapist at the 2015 Pan AM games in Toronto.

Concussion Management Specialization

Since working with athletes who play on the ice or on the field, Conor’s practice has expanded to working with clients who have suffered from concussions.

Concussion treatment includes:
• a detailed evaluation of all aspects of the nervous system following injury.
• a specific rehab program tailored to each patient based on their own needs.
• a treatment plan to address any concurrent whiplash associated injury.

When he’s not at the clinic, Conor’s teaching at Mohawk College in the Massage Therapy program or teaching his course “Understanding the Complexity of Concussion” across the country. He’s also written for Running Room Magazine and Massage Therapy Magazine and was most recently a guest lecturer at the University of McMaster’s Hand and Arm conference.

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