Garrett Saxton is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s B.Sc. Kinesiology program. Following his time at the U of S, Garrett traveled to Leeds, England where he completed his M.Sc. Physiotherapy at Leeds Beckett University. Garrett is currently in the process of obtaining his physiotherapy license to practice in Saskatchewan.
Garrett has a keen interest in exercise therapy to help people of all ages, but more specifically those who are sedentary and living with chronic conditions. He is also working to publish his research in the area of phantom limb pain, and is very interested in working with amputees. Garrett also enjoys working with wheelchair athletes, which includes the CPC program. He also currently assists Jared Stevens in the delivery of the CSS Osteoarthritis Exercise Intervention Program.
In his personal life, Garrett loves connecting with friends and family, and cannot get enough of the outdoors! He loves hiking, paddling, camping and cycling – basically anything that can be done in nature! Garrett is also very passionate about the environment, and is active in finding solutions to tackle climate change.