Athletic Therapy

Brayden Miller

Bachelor of Kinesiology- Athletic Therapy- University of Manitoba

CAT(C), CSCS, MSc Candidate

Athletic Therapy is effective in treating musculoskeletal injuries. In the same way as Physiotherapy, the therapists assess and educate you about your injuries. Much like Physiotherapy, Athletic Therapy will use manual therapy, exercise, and sometimes bracing and taping. The goal is to prepare you for safe recovery into an active lifestyle. Three key areas for recovery:

  1. Injury prevention (warm-up, conditioning program, taping, etc)
  2. Immediate Care (injury assessment, )
  3. Rehabilitation (using a variety of procedures to promote an environment conducive to healing)

Brayden can be reached via email at B_miller1@live.ca to book an appointment.

About Brayden

Brayden went to the University of Manitoba, graduating with a degree in Kinesiology with a specialization in Athletic Therapy. Upon graduation, Brayden worked with the Bison Strength and Conditioning program, bridging the gap between rehabilitation and return to play. Brayden also spent 3 years with the Winnipeg Jets as a student intern, assisting in game day treatment on injured players. The experience from the Bisons strength and conditioning program and the Jets therapy internship program led Brayden to a job with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2017, and eventually being a part of the Grey Cup winning team. He currently is responsible for the strength and conditioning of the team, as well as assisting in therapy. Brayden is currently working towards completion of a Masters degree in Kinesiology.

Certifications include:

  • Certified Athletic Therapist (CAT)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
  • Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR)
  • Soft Tissue Release (STR)
  • Mulligans Joint Mobilizations (MJM)
  • Masters of Science Candidate

 

Brayden can be reached via email at B_miller1@live.ca to book an appointment.

Hours of availability are open to requests at the moment.