Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program

Neurofunctional Treatment of Pain and Dysfunction

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Physiotherapist (PT)

Lawrence Yu - Registered PhysiotherapistLawrence Yu, a practicing Physiotherapist, has spent his 15 year career in the fitness and rehab industry refining and developing techniques and skills to provide his patients optimal rehabilitative treatment. He has taken functional movements and his advanced assessment practices and combined them with evidence-based exercises that help enhance motor learning. These two components are the pillars of his physiotherapy practice.

Lawrence graduated with a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University and is a physiotherapist with the Ontario and Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He has received training from the Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri in Movement Science and is looking towards completing a Clinical Fellowship in the same study.

Lawrence has worked at the NHL and OHL level and with Tennis Canada with his strength and conditioning background and was an assistant strength coach for Women’s Volleyball and Hockey and Men’s Hockey and Football during his tenure at York University. Lawrence’s rehab career revolves around soccer, Gaelic football, rugby, hockey and several hand-to-hand combat sports. He has treated a variety of athletes from rock climbers to powerlifters.

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