Why I Do This: Nothing feels better than seeing a person get back to what makes them most happy in life. Being a Physiotherapist allows me to be an integral part of that process and I couldn’t see myself in any other profession.
What Makes Me Tick: The constant search for knowledge to provide the most current treatments and education for my clients. Outside of work it’s all about getting into the mountains, exploring new zones and spending time pushing my physical limits with family and friends.
Daily Ritual: Deciding if it’s a coffee or tea morning while taking my dog out for his morning ritual.
Little Known Fact: Did the “Test of Metal” and learned a thing or two about the importance of training specificity (cramps sure can be cruel!!!)
Words to Live By: We are faced with many challenges within our lives and we need to be able to find the positive in anything to be able to grow and heal as a person.
Bucket List: Go Skiing on all 7 continents (2 down 5 to go!!!)
Eric has additional training in anatomical acupuncture, orthopedic manual therapy, cervicogenic disorders, post-concussion rehabilitation, lower back disorders, chronic pain and sport specific strength and conditioning.
Currently Eric also provides physiotherapy services for Alpine Canada as a travelling team therapist for the Men’s National Ski Team. He has extensive experience training high-level athletes including NCAA/CIS hockey players, alpine ski racers, rugby players and other varsity/minor league athletes.
Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Eric grew up on the North Shore spending most of his time ski patrolling, being an avalanche educator, and mountaineering. In his spare time you can find him mountain biking on the local trails, skinning up mountains, playing hockey or spending time with his wife Nancy, son Mika and dog Shuksan.