Pete escaped to the Okanagan after completing his physiotherapy degree at the University of Alberta. Prior to entering the physiotherapy program, he obtained a Masters of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan, where he specialized in neuromuscular
physiology. During his time at the University of Saskatchewan, he became a Certified Exercise
Physiologist (CSEP-CEP) and worked as a Physical Activity Consultant in the areas of oncology
and aging. He was also actively involved in Sports Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan,
where he was a both varsity trainer and track athlete.
His area of practice focuses on, but is not limited to orthopaedics, sports injuries, and neurological conditions. He also has an interest in paediatric physiotherapy.
Pete’s philosophy focuses on a combination of manual therapy, exercise and education, allowing for an active partnership between the therapist and client during the recovery process. He is currently a Level 1 manual therapist and will be pursuing the rest of the CPA Orthopaedic levels. He also has plans to complete dry needling certifications, explore concussion management and
neuro-developmental courses in the near future.
Away from the office Pete enjoys running, craft beers, exploring BC and spending time with his
wife, and their critters (dogs, cat and a misbehaving horse).