Vince Cunanan – BSc.P.T., BSc.Anat., Dip. Manip. P.T., FCAMPT, CGIMS

Vince-CunananIt’s not taken Vince long to understand what Okanagan lifestyle means. Since November 2014, “Vinny”, his wife, and two daughters have embraced the skating, hiking, biking, golfing, tennis, water and beach activities that this breathtaking valley has to offer. They’ve met wonderful people, and have embraced their community.

Vince is an advanced trained, manipulative Physical Therapist in our Downtown location. He is an established clinician with special interest in Temporomandibular Joint dysfunction, orofacial pain, neck disorders, and headache. He has expertise in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, IMS, chronic pain, functional rehabilitation, and exercise management. He is currently the Chair of the National Orthopaedic Division, Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Vince trained at the University of Saskatchewan, and completed degrees in 1999 (Bachelor of Science Anatomy) and 2001 (Bachelor of Science Physical Therapy, School of Physical Therapy, College of Medicine). Other formal education includes Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Physical Therapy, 2005, and Certificate in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), 2005. Vince is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and Instructor and Clinical Mentor with the National Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

With over 13 years in a multi-disciplinary rehabilitation centre in Saskatoon, SK, Vince’s caseload has consisted primarily of TMJ disorder, headache, neck and spinal dysfunction. His treatment style emphasizes manual therapy, exercise, and education, along with adjunctive techniques such as IMS. He has been fortunate to collaborate and mentor in an environment with multiple rehab specialists, chronic pain physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, dentists, orthodontists, and oral surgeons. His philosophy has been to ensure that optimal treatment management is achieved for all patients. He enjoys teaching in his field of practice and taking on a mentorship role for newer therapists.