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Doctors & Health Staff

Darryl Novotny, Physiotherapist

 Education

  • Registered Physiotherapist with College of Physiotherapists of Ontario (2002 – present)
  • Graduate of University of Toronto Physiotherapy Program (BScPT – 2002)
  • Graduate of University of Western Ontario Kinesiology Program (BScKin – 1998)

Courses & Experience

  • McKenzie Spinal Assessments – A (2005)
  • McKenzie Spinal Assessments – B (2006)
  • McKenzie Spinal Assessments – C (2007)
  • Mulligan Mobilizations with Movement
  • Kinesio-Taping
  • Manual Therapy (2002) (Level 1)
  • Advanced Spinal Assessment and Myofascial Treatments (2010) (Laurie McLaughlin)
  • Cervical and Lumbar Myofascial Release Techniques (2006) (Jenings)
  • Advanced Sport First Responder (2002) (Level 1)
  • Athletic Taping (2000)
  • ACE Personal Trainer (1997 – 2005)
  • AFCI Acupuncture (Level 1)
  • Athletic Trainer – UWO Mustangs Football Team (1997, 1998)
  • Athletic Trainer – UWO Women’s Rugby Team practice squad
  • Athletic Trainer – New Zealand Rugby League (2004) – Warkworth Raiders

Darryl Novotny, a graduate of the University of Toronto Physiotherapy program (2002), takes great care in assisting patients back to their optimal level of performance.  With a combination of manual therapy, active conditioning and patient education of injuries, Darryl is confident that clients can achieve their health and wellness goals.  As a former personal trainer (1997 – 2010) and graduate of the UWO Kinesiology program (1998), he also strongly believes that fitness and nutrition play a valuable role in recovery from injuries.  This is consistent with recent evidence that “exercise is medicine” – Darryl’s vision includes the development of a gym devoted entirely to developing programs for individuals for the sole purpose of improving the state of their health and mitigating the effects of aging.

Reference: Time Magazine (Sept. 12/2016) “The Exercise Cure”: Doctors, researchers, scientists – even ancient philosophers – have long claimed exercise works like a miracle drug.  Now they have proof.