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About Tony

Over the last 20 years, Tony has gained incredible experience working with teams in the CFL, Canadian Professional Soccer League, NCAA Division 2 basketball, and Canadian College Hockey League. On the international scene, Tony has represented Canada at 3 Paralympic Games and 5 World Championships with Hockey Canada’s men’s national sledge hockey program as well as Canada’s U18 men’s hockey program in 2007. 

With vast experience garnered via professional, international sport and major games, Tony has become a dynamic international speaker on a multitude of topics in the sports medicine community. Since 2002, Tony has been a guest speaker at local and international conferences. 

Guest speaking at the Canadian Athletic therapists Association conferences in 2007 and 2011, the Interdisciplinary Sports Medicine Conference for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2008, Canadian Academy of Sports Medicine conference in 2009 and the Ontario Medical Association conference in 2011 are career highlights.

In 2003, Tony became a certified high performance hockey coach. Tony’s personal athletic background, professional athletic therapy experiences and high performance consulting have contributed to a comprehensive coaching philosophy for developing athletes. Tony grew up following his passion of hockey, playing AA/AAA throughout his minor hockey experience. He translated that into 4 years of junior hockey in the Ottawa region and becoming captain of the Carleton Place Kings during his final year. Tony currently owns Capital Athletic Therapy and Rehab Centre in Ottawa, Ontario.

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