Upon completing his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Briercrest College, Taylor pursued his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan. Growing up in a small town in Alberta, Taylor played many different sports including soccer, volleyball, basketball, and tennis. Since high school, he’s been passionate about strength training and optimizing performance in sport. During his undergraduate degree, Taylor played five years of college volleyball at the CCAA level, earning two Academic All-Canadian awards and two ACAC First Team All-Star awards.
At this point in his career, Taylor is interested in all things orthopaedic. His main goal is to walk alongside clients during their rehabilitation journey and empower them with good education to understand what is going on and how they can take control of their recovery outcomes. In order to optimize his clients’ outcomes and improve their well-being overall, Taylor uses manual therapy and thoughtfully prescribed exercises unique to their goals. He believes in taking a preventative approach to treatment to not only get people back to where they should be, but to also prevent future injuries and maintain well-being.
Taylor enjoys getting outside and spending time with his wife whether it is on our road bikes, or cross country skiing. In the summer he loves spending time at his family cabins and travelling!