Therapists at Geometry

Vincent Warcop

BSc PT, MCPA physiotherapist Victoria, BC

Biography

Vince graduated in 2005 with a BSc in physiotherapy with honours from Dalhousie University Nova Scotia.  Vince’s career has spanned 14 years and he has worked across Canada and the UK. He brings a wide breadth of experience and knowledge to his physiotherapy practice. 

Vince has worked in many different clinical settings, and has acquired a broad comprehensive skill set.  His strong clinical background has allowed him to successfully treat a multitude of orthropedic, sport, work and chronic pain conditions. Vince utilizes a “hands-on” patient centered approach to treatment. In addition, he has a special interest in hypermobility/Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome. In Toronto he collaborated with SicksKids and Mount Sinai hospital to successfully treat this patient population.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Vince brings a friendly smile and outgoing personality.  Fitness is an important part of Vince’s life and he goes to the gym regularly (but not as an addict).  He likes adventure holidays, be it hiking in Patagonia or visiting the pyramids. Furthermore,  Vince is a bit of a research “nerd”. He is passionate about lifelong learning and constantly endeavors to improve himself. 

Chronology

Years in Practice:
14
Additional Training/Techniques
Exercise prescription, kinesiotaping, manual therapy, chronic pain, splinting/bracing, post surgical rehabilitation, and gait assessment.
Professional Interests:
Rehabilitation of surgical and non-surgical injuries, repetitive strains, postural & movements dysfunctions, chronic pain and connective tissue disorders (Ehlers Danlos especially).