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Scott Simpson

FCAMPT, MClSc (Adv), BSc.PT, BSc.Kin



Scott completed a post-doctoral fellowship (FCAMPT) in Physiotherapy at University of Western Ontario, having previously completed Doctorate and Masters degrees. He enjoys applying the most up to date evidence based treatments to help patients get objectively based results better in fewer visits using Manual therapy, education and therapeutic exercise. He is proud to serve our local community and is committed to providing one-on-one care with integrity, innovation and energy. Scott continually seeks out the most innovative and evidence based therapies.  In addition, he is a certified IMS and functional dry needling practitioner. He actively teaches and mentors other therapists in their pursuit of excellence as an instructor in the Canadian and American Orthopedic divisions.

Scott completed his professional Physiotherapy degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia after doing a degree in Kinesiology. He was an Academic and Athletic All-Canadian during this time. In 2000, he was awarded a yearlong Scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport, working with world-class scientists and athletes. He has continued to develop his knowledge over the years by taking a multitude of advanced orthopedic and sports related courses. He has worked with numerous elite sports disciplines including triathlon, rowing, soccer and athletics. He has been honored to provide his professional skills internationally as Team Physiotherapist for the Canadian National Team.

Scott has been an avid athlete from a young age and understands the impact and benefits that activity can have on the body. He has participated in soccer, golf, hockey and baseball at a provincial level, but has excelled in endurance sports, notably distance running. A Canadian National Team member spanning 2001-2010, Scott was the 2006 Canadian National Champion at the 10k distance. He has been the BC road racing champion (2009 and 2010) and top Canadian in the TC10k. He has won the local Bazan Bay 5k twice, His personal best over the 10k distance is 29:33.

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