Brandon graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto after completing his Bachelor of Science at the University of British Columbia. Throughout his training, Brandon has worked with patients in acute care hospital units such as the COVID-19 ICU, orthopaedic/neurosurgery unit, paediatric oncology and haematology units, and patients in private practice orthopaedic clinics.
Brandon believes in taking a holistic and personalized approach to empower clients to take an active role in achieving their goals and maximize their function. He also aims to educate clients on the strengths and limitations of their bodies to improve their overall mind-body connection. Brandon employs techniques such as manual therapy, cupping therapy, soft tissue release and therapeutic exercise in his practice.
As a committed learner, Brandon has received his post-graduate certification in Level 1 of the Orthopaedic Division Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Program and Neuro-Proprioceptive taping (K-taping). He has plans to further his education by taking courses in acupuncture, functional dry needling and completing more levels of post-graduate manual therapy certification in the Orthopaedic Division.
Outside of the clinic, Brandon loves to stay active in the outdoors while hiking, backpacking, skiing and playing the occasional round of golf, badminton, or tennis. He also enjoys trying new restaurants and coffee shops around the city and would love to hear any new recommendations.
Brandon is multilingual and is able to provide services in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.