Craig graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honors Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2003 and from Queen’s University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy in 2006. After completion of his Physiotherapy degree, he completed courses through the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopaedic Division. This allowed him to successfully challenge the Advanced Examination and obtain his fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapy. He also completed courses in golf rehabilitation, McKenzie Lumbar spine therapy (MDT) and many courses on shoulder and knee rehabilitation. In addition to his Orthopaedic training, Craig has completed his certification with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and is also certified in Integrated Dry Needling (IDN). Craig comes to the Georgian Bay area from Guelph where he had been treating in clinical orthopaedics for over 15 years. Within this practice, he was the clinical skill development lead, keeping other practitioners up-to-date on evidence and integrating it into their practice. Craig uses a combination of manual therapy, exercises and needling to help his clients improve performance and prevent injury recurrence. Craig is a sports enthusiast who enjoys playing volleyball, basketball as well as spending time in the gym working on his fitness. His wife, and two daughters keep him very active with all their activities on the slopes and in the water.
Credentials Hon.BSc(Kin), MSc(PT), Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy Fellow, Canadian academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists Certified Integrated Dry Needling Certified with Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute