Trevor AndersonTrevor completed his Bachelor of Physical Education in 2010 from the University of Alberta followed by his Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia in 2013. Growing up he played pretty much any sport you can play and sustained many injuries along the way which led him to develop a close relationship with his therapists. It was during this time that his passion for the human body and helping people overcome physical obstacles developed and led him to the profession of Physiotherapy.
Trevor has diverse experience in Physiotherapy, initially working in private sport injury practices for many years but then transitioning on to the Stoney Nakoda First Nation where he gained a great deal of experience in trauma-informed practice. More recently Trevor has been working in the pediatric world, helping children with disabilities overcome and improve their physical function. Being Australian trained means that Trevor has a strong background in manual therapy and he has taken many professional development courses including Dry Needling and Concussion management.
Outside of work you can find Trevor in the kitchen or enjoying the outdoors with his family whether it's on skis, bike, or foot.