James Lobb, MPT, BEd
James graduated from Queen’s University after completing his Bachelor of Physical and Health Education. While at Queen’s he was a member of the Queen’s Rugby Club and volunteered at Providence Care Rehabilitation Hospital. He later pursued a career as a teacher by completing his Bachelor of Education at Queen’s University. After working in South Korea as an English teacher, James returned to Canada to complete his Master’s of Physical Therapy at Western University.
James aims to provide care that focuses on the specific needs of his patients and understands how important it is to get people back to the activities that they enjoy. James takes an exercise-based approach to his treatments, along with manual therapy and education, to ensure his patients are able to reach their goals. He strives to help patients to understand what is causing their pain, how long treatment will take, as well as what to expect throughout the treatment process.
James is passionate about many activities such as soccer, rugby, biking, tree-planting and rock-climbing. He was recently part of a special interest education group run by ‘The Climbing Doctor’ (Jared Vagy) which focused on how to treat rock-climbing injuries, and has a keen interest in helping climbers return to the wall injury free.
Whether an injury is impacting your work or your leisure, James understands the importance of a well-structured rehabilitation program, and will ensure that treatment effectively targets your specific needs.