Graeme graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2020 with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Prior to this, Graeme completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. During his time in Kinesiology, he was involved with Huskie Sport Health as a student trainer, which allowed him to get a diverse look at many activity related injuries prior to starting his Master’s degree. Graeme thoroughly enjoys analyzing anything movement related, having plenty of chances to rehab from his own injuries. He looks forward to getting you back (and even better) than your normal to enjoy the activities you enjoy.
Graeme is able to take on a diverse caseload. His main focus is patients with musculoskeletal conditions which include all joints and muscles of the body from the limbs, to the spine, as well as the jaw. Graeme is also able to treat you from the comfort of your own home, being able to set up virtual appointments to anywhere in Saskatchewan.
Graeme is a travel enthusiast and exercise advocate. He cannot live without a well-brewed cup of coffee, an interesting podcast or book, and his dog, Eddie.
Presently, Graeme is a member in good standing with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA ) and currently registered as a physical therapist with the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists.