Craig has been an RMT for 12 years, he graduated from the 3000-hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in early 2007. He has since worked at several multidisciplinary clinics on Vancouver Island, and on a ski hill in south-eastern British Columbia. Craig is results driven. With a focus in injury rehabilitation and athletic performance, he effectively treats a wide variety of soft tissue dysfunctions, while educating patients about injury prevention and body awareness.
Craig grew up participating in competitive sports including ice hockey, swimming, skiing, and soccer as well as activities like snowboarding, skateboarding to name a few. Having battled injuries from a young age is what led him into the field, and along with it, perspective and empathy.
Place of Education: West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Victoria Campus.
Years in practice: 12
Additional Training/Techniques: Fascial structure theory and release techniques, Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique, Muscle Energy, proprioceptive taping
Professional Interests: Myofascial release, injury rehab, sports performance, dysfunction of the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, deep tissue.