Adam graduated from Queen’s University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy in 2019.
Adam has had clinical experience working in various settings from orthopaedic clinics and rehabilitation programs to acute care hospitals. He has working experience with athletes of all types and levels, post-operative patients, motor vehicle accidents, and repetitive strain injuries. He is strong believer in empowering his patients to achieve their goals and become the number one advocate for their health. Adam is passionate about delivering personalized treatment plans that are grounded in patient education, hands-on therapy, and exercise prescription. He is a firm believer in active management and using evidence-based methods to guide assessment and treatment. Adam has a keen interest in Pain Neuroscience and the role of active movement in chronic pain management. While conducting research at the Chronic Pain Clinic at Kingston Health Science Center, Adam has co-authored a study published by the Clinical Journal of Pain.