ATHLETIC THERAPY TORONTO
What is Athletic Therapy?
Certified Athletic Therapists specialize in treating acute and chronic injuries to muscles, bones, and joints. Athletic Therapists are best known for providing immediate on-field emergency care of professional and elite athletes, and are experts in analyzing functional movement patterns, with the goal of returning athletes to competition and maximizing their performance potential as quickly as possible after an injury. Those same skills and techniques render them highly effective in treating many injuries sustained by everyday active individuals, including:
- 1Common injuries from falls, daily activities, sports
- 2Chronic and recurring conditions
- 3Repetitive strain and overuse injuries
- 4General fitness, muscle & bone strengthening
- 5Pre-surgical pre-habiliation
- 6Post-surgical re-habiliation
- 7Sport-Specific Fitness Training
- 8Pre- and Post-Natal Exercise
Our Yonge Eglinton Toronto Athletic Therapist:
Khanh Vy, Certified Athletic Therapist | Kinesiologist | Conditioning Specialist
BPHE, CAT(C), R. Kin, CSCS
As a Toronto Athletic therapist, Registered Kinesiologist strength coach and personal trainer with over 10 years of experience, Khanh believes that building efficiency and resiliency in the body are goals that must be attained in any fitness and health program. After completing a Bachelors of Physical and Health Education Degree from the University of Toronto, Khanh continued to pursue his career in health and athletic performance. He became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Certified Athletic Therapist (CAT(C)) in order to distinguish himself from other Kinesiologists and strength coaches. With his extensive educational background, Khanh is able to bring knowledge from both the therapy and performance perspectives in the field of health and athletic performance. He separates himself from others in the field by constantly pursuing specialized continuing education courses, seeking and learning what works from other professionals around him and around the world.
Khanh currently works with athletes and highly motivated recreational athletes. He is an Athletic Therapist with the Stoufville Junior A hockey team and a Strength and Conditioning Coach with various Dragonboat teams within the GTA.
Khanh believes in leading by example. As a multi-sport athlete himself, Khanh is familiar with the importance of training, competition and recovery and the need to balance all three components. He sees a pleasure in helping his clients and athletes achieve their true potential either in performance or in health.