Bryce graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters in Physical Therapy. He has also taken courses in McKenzie A, Acupuncture Kineticore dry needling, Manual Therapy Level 1, Upper and Lower Quadrant Level 2, and Upper Quadrant Level 3.
Bryce has gained experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents, sports, overuse conditions, and workplace accidents. He commonly works with patients who’ve sustained shoulder and knee injuries, as well as patients suffering from neck and back pain, both acute and chronic.
He creates a personalized approach for each patient’s injury, using a mix of manual therapy (including joint mobilization and soft tissue massage), exercise (with an emphasis on strengthening or endurance), and adjunct therapies (including heat, TENS, and acupuncture).