Tell me and I forget.
Show me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn.
-Benjamin Franklin

By following a commitment to evidence-based science I am uncompromising in my desire to educate, empower, and propel my clients towards their objectives in the mountains and on firm ground. I do this by keeping these principles in mind:  

1. The Right Knowledge is Power

When it comes to recovery, prevention, and performance, the more you know the better. We are in the digital age and access to information has never been so easy. The challenge is deciphering the good from the bad. My philosophy is that knowledge is power, but it has to be the right knowledge. If you come across an article claiming that clam juice is the cure to everything, chances are the authors are missing something. That’s obvious (I hope!), but rehabbing injuries and improving performance can be more subtle. You can count on me to provide you with knowledge you can trust. Which brings me to my second principle:


I rely on science to back the things I say. I won’t tell you clam juice is the cure all unless there are vigorous scientific studies demonstrating its effectiveness. So don’t just take my word for it, understand the science and learn.

3. "Involve me and i learn"

The right knowledge is just the beginning. As physiotherapists we have a bad habit of preaching instead of teaching. I want you to be involved so that you have the best shot of learning from your experience. I won't deny that educating is difficult. I am committed to learning this art so that I can guide you in becoming a student of your own body.