Patrick graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Honors in Microbiology and a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. While attending the U of A he was awarded the Alberta Advanced Education Graduate Student Scholarship and was on Athletic Scholarship with the University Golden Bears Cross Country Team. As an accomplished runner, Patrick is able to combine his personal running experience with his professional knowledge and training, to treat patients who are active. He has continued to develop his knowledge and understanding of running related overuse injuries and injury prevention in orthopaedic and sports injuries. His strong academic background along with his sports interests, allows him to provide the highest level of care to help his patients stay active. He has continued his training in the post graduate program in Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. Patrick is also a NCCP certified coach and worked as a volunteer running coach for the University of Alberta Triathlon Club, as well as being a Special Olympics Swim Coach from 2008 to 2012. Patrick helps his patients to reach their goals of a full recovery and return to activities, using an approach that utilizes individual biomechanical assessment and treatment combined with manual therapy, dry needling, and movement training to prepare them for return to sport or everyday activity. Patrick enjoys running, cycling, Nordic Skiing and competing in Triathlons.