Moe graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from York University. He continued on to receive his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from the Manchester Metropolitan University. In addition to his University education, he has taken post-graduate courses in order to stay up to date with the latest evidence and constantly evolving profession. Moe utilizes the integrated systems approach where he looks at the whole person in order to identify the “driver” for the specific task or movement that is troublesome. With this systematic approach, he is able to provide the most efficient and effective treatment techniques so that patients recover faster in fewer treatment sessions.
Moe enjoys treating various conditions and finds complex conditions, particularly fun and challenging as he gets to put his detective skills to use. His participation in various sports has allowed him to get a better sense of what it feels like to have different injuries and the stages that one goes through while enduring such injuries.
Moe utilizes a multimodal treatment approach in his practice that combines manual therapy, soft tissue work, exercises, taping, and modalities in addition to corrective exercises to improve muscle imbalances. During the treatment session, he spends time educating his clients so that they become empowered to take an active role in their rehabilitation process.
Moe is a very active member of his profession. He specializes in concussion, TMJ, and vestibular rehabilitation. He is a member of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association, and Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) and an active member of their Orthopaedic Division. Currently, he is pursuing his FCAMPT, the highest level of training in orthopedic manual physiotherapy. Moreover, Moe is pursuing his coursework in Acupuncture and Dry needling.
In his time off, he enjoys long-distance running, tennis, badminton, soccer, and working out.
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