Tony Chen, PT

Physiotherapist, Medical Acupuncture Provider, Level II Shift Concussion Provider


Natural Movement Assessment

Sports injuries and conditioning

Optimizing movement efficiency

Concussion Management

Workplace injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Post-operative care

Current Certifications:

Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

Athletic Movement Assessment (AMA)

Shift Concussion Management Level II

Mulligan Concept Technique

APTEI Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Myofascial Release Level 1


I graduated from the Master of Science in Physiotherapy program at Queens University in 2016. Prior to that I obtained my Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Western University in 2014. During my time at Western University, I had the opportunity to work as an Athletic Therapist and Student Strength and Conditioning Coach with their varsity teams and with London St. George’s Rugby Club.

Experience in Sports or Favourite interests

I have had my fair share in sports. I started curling when I was 3 years old and played competitively until I was 17, making it to the Ontario Winter Games in Collingwood as my highlight. I also played hockey as a defence man, retiring as an Assistant Captain after winning the Championships in Peewee. Throughout high school, I was involved with football as a running back and full back, and was picked to play for the 2016 U18 Football Canada Cup in Winnipeg as a corner. Throughout University, I participated in a number of intramural sports such as volleyball, ultimate frisbee, flag football, and power lifting. I currently do CrossFit, Olympic weightlifting and walking/playing with my dog, to stay active.