Born and raised in Richmond, Taylor grew up playing a variety of sports and eventually fell in love with hockey. Coaching minor hockey players is where his spark for pediatrics began, which grew through working as a behaviour interventionist, a Sportball coach, and a support worker with the Canucks Autism Network. While pursuing his Master of Physical Therapy at UBC, Taylor was fortunate to complete his final clinical placement at Kids Physio Group, where he discovered his dream job. Taylor values how KPG strives to help all kids reach their absolute maximum physical potential through fun, world-class physio.
Taylor has experience working with children with autism, cerebral palsy, genetic conditions, torticollis, plagiocephaly, gross motor delay, fractures, and has a special interest in sports injuries. His sport resume includes hockey, baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, volleyball, lacrosse, spikeball and snowboarding. He is passionate about working with children of all ages and stages of development and their families to help every kid achieve their personal goals and take control of their lives. He enjoys the challenge of combining his physiotherapy and creativity skills to ensure that treatments are both effective and fun!
Outside of the clinic, you can find Taylor putting pucks in the net (during warm-up), driving balls on the fairway (of the adjacent hole), and dropping homers over the fence (in little league parks).
- Bachelor of Kinesiology, University of British Columbia
- Master of Physical Therapy, University of British Columbia
- Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy Level 1
- Mulligan Concept Lower Quadrant
- Early and Accurate Recognition of Paediatric Sport Injury
- Every Motor Event is a Sensory Event First: Anxiety, Self-Regulation and Postural Control
- Sensory Integration and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm