Kirk graduated from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy in 2016. During his time in Australia, he worked in the remote town of Alice Springs and its surrounding communities. With only one physiotherapy clinic in 1000 km2, he serviced many remote indigenous communities for weeks at a time. His time in Australia exposed him to a wide variety of caseloads ranging from post-operative patients, athletes, stroke and chronic pain.
Kirk continues to evolve as a therapist by taking a variety postgraduate training courses to help expedite results. Such training includes, dry needling, vestibular and sports rehabilitation, as well as, advanced shoulder courses. He will complete his clinical mentorship in the Integrated Systems Model in 2019.
Kirk is passionate about working with amateur athletes, weekend warriors as well people pursuing a more active lifestyle no matter their fitness level. He strives to give patients the tools required to achieve their rehabilitation goals. He is focused on having patients exceed their pre-injury form and get them back to what they are passionate about.
Kirk has been involved in many sports his entire life and is firm believe in an active lifestyle. He currently stays active by playing soccer, hockey and golf. In his spare time he enjoys camping, hiking and travelling.