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Kevin completed his undergraduate degree in Sports Performance at the University of Alberta while playing football for the Golden Bears. He then went on to complete his master’s degree in Physiotherapy at the U of A as well. At this time, he was working as a strength coach for the Alberta Sport Development Centre, teaching the fundamentals of Olympic weightlifting to junior level provincial athletes from backgrounds ranging from figure-skating to rugby to archery. Kevin was also the head coach for Special Olympics Edmonton Powerlifting, and he helped lead multiple athletes to new personal bests in the squat, bench and deadlift.


Kevin has spent time working in spinal cord injury but more recently has been working in private practice where he uses his background in strength and conditioning to bridge the gap between traditional rehabilitation and high-performance. He utilizes an active approach to treatment, consisting largely of corrective exercises to help clients return to their desired level of function. Kevin has completed post-graduate courses in manual therapy and acupuncture, both of which serve as useful adjuncts to therapeutic exercise.