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Brandon Warren, MScPT, BScKin

Brandon graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of New Brunswick, where he was a member of the UNB Varsity Reds Swim Team. During his time with the team he was a two-time team captain, six-time open water swim champion and helped coach the 2013 NB Canada Games Swim Team.

Following his undergrad, he completed his Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University. During this time he contributed to the school as class president.

Brandon’s treatment style is highly manual therapy based, with exercise prescription tailored to the client’s needs along with appropriate education. He is a firm believer that clients must take an active role in their own recovery process and when given the proper tools, can maximize their recovery time. He looks forward to continuing advancing his manual therapy skills with the Canadian Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Division. 

Brandon grew up in the small town of Plaster Rock, New Brunswick. Growing up as a competitive athlete in a variety of sports, Brandon had his fair share of injuries; which lead him to pursue Physiotherapy as a profession as it appealed to all his interests.

Brandon has a very active lifestyle and you can catch him running, swimming or picking up a volleyball when he’s not at the clinic. He loves to travel and having just relocated to the West-Coast, is looking forward to exploring all the Island has to offer.

So happy to have found this place

“I am very grateful for the staff at Arbutus. I have received both IMS and physio treatments over the last few months and I am feeling wonderful. I am noticeably more flexible and no longer get aches and pains. Fawn is my regular physiotherapist (she is superb) and I have also seen Scott and Melissa when Fawn is away and they were equally as great. To top it off, Taelor and the other front desk staff are lovely. I am so happy to have found this place. Thank you, Arbutus!”

Chelsea Grace
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