Victor graduated from the 2200 hour program of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2015. During his clinical training he volunteered with the Vancouver Whitecaps, the Vancouver Friends for Life Society and through West Coasts outreach programs Victor worked extensively with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s and Cerebral Palsy.
He has experience dealing with the health care concerns of a wide array of patients from office workers to athletes and injuries ranging from moderate to life changing.
Victor’s mechanical background lends itself well to his understanding of the body and the stresses involved in injury. He employ’s a variety of techniques including stretch, myofascial, trigger point release, joint mobilization and general swedish in his practice in order to aid recovery. Therapeutic exercise also features prominently in his practice as he believes the prevention of future injury to be as important as rehabilitation.
Born in British Columbia, when not in clinic Victor can often be found exploring one of our provinces lakes in his kayak or hiking one of its many mountain trails. Time not spent enjoying nature is typically spent with family and friends or enjoying a cup of tea and a good book.