Remi is originally from Toronto, ON, where he was involved in a variety of sports from an early age. He grew up playing basketball and soccer, and competed in cross-country and martial arts tournaments at a provincial level. Remi found his passion for physiotherapy during his time as a kinesiology student at McGill University, where he worked as a student therapist with the varsity men’s and women’s basketball teams. Following his time at McGill, Remi went on to complete his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.
Remi is passionate about providing all his patients with a positive experience. He works closely with clients to determine their goals and understand their injury history and provides individualized treatment plans based on the needs of the client. This involves manual therapy, education, and tailored exercise programs to manage injuries in the short-term, prevent recurrences, and ensure long-term health. Remi is passionate about what he does. He will go above and beyond to problem-solve and connect with his patients in order to aid them in achieving their health and sports goals.
Remi is an advocate of lifelong learning and pushes himself to engage in continuing education to ensure he is working with the newest evidence-informed treatment methods. Remi has completed his Level 2 courses in Manual Therapy from the National Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He has completed his Part A in the McKenzie Method, which he uses to inform his treatment for low back pain. In addition, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, and holds a certification as a Concussion Management Practitioner with the CCMI concussion care network.
Outside of being a physiotherapist, Remi can be found spending his time outdoors, as well as participating in multiple sports, including basketball and rock climbing. Remi is also able to provide service in Mandarin.