Tom Michie MPT,
Tom combines hands-on manual therapy, soft tissue techniques and therapeutic exercise to help his clients rehabilitate, prevent injuries and enhance performance. Tom welcomes all types of clients with injuries, painful conditions or concerns. He has special interest in musculoskeletal and running-related injuries.
Tom obtained his Master of Physical Therapy degree from UBC in 2018. Previously, he graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree in 2016, specializing in exercise science.
Tom has completed post-graduate courses in:
- Running Expert in the New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries
- Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy – Level 1
- Mulligan Mobilization with Movement
- Functional Movement Screen (FMS) – Level 1
Tom has worked with the UBC Varsity Track and Cross Country Running teams, and has volunteered with the University of Calgary’s Running Injury Clinic in completing running and walking biomechanic analyses. He has competed at the national level as a cross country runner and has coached local road running athletes from the learn-to-run to marathon distances. These experiences have fuelled a particular interest in working with athletes of all abilities from a variety of sports.
In his spare time Tom can be found cross country skiing, hiking the beautiful BC mountains with his wonderful wife and being part of the Vancouver running community.