Tony Chen, PT

Physiotherapist, Medical Acupuncture Provider, Level II Shift Concussion Provider

Focus:

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 AssessmentĀ (AMA)

Shift Concussion Management Level II

Mulligan Concept Technique

APTEI Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Myofascial Release Level 1

Education

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. Georgeā€™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.