Adam Bailey, Physiotherapist

Adam Bailey, BHK, MPT joined our physiotherapy rehabilitation team in October 2015.  He graduated from the University of Western Ontario as valedictorian of his Masters in Physical Therapy class.  Prior to achieving his Masters, he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree majoring in Movement Science at the University of Windsor.  Adam's rehabilitation experience and knowledge base is quite diverse, providing physiotherapy services in a variety of rehabilitative settings including cardiorespiratory, neurological, cardiopulmonary and orthopaedics.  Adam maintains an active interest in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions particularly related to motor vehicle accidents, post-surgical, workplace and sport-associated injuries.  Adam is continuously looking for ways to better serve clients and has completed several courses and workshops including:  

  • McKenzie Method - Part A: The Lumbar Spine & Part B: The Cervical & Thoracic spine 
  • Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture (AAI) 
  • Building a Stronger Core 
  • Soft Tissue Release 
  • FITforeGOLF 
  • The Shoulder: Theory & Practice 
  • Shoulder Instability Management and Rehabilitation 
  • Certified fitter for medical compression stockings
  • Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic: Concussion Workshop
  • Matheson Ergonomic Evaluation Certification Program
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification  

 Adam is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and is registered in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.  Adam grew up in the town of Amherstburg, Ontario where he was a member of various athletic teams and was awarded the Top Male Student Athlete award at General Amherst High School. He enjoys the small town atmosphere at our office and the ability to provide one-on-one care to help patients achieve their rehabilitation goals. Adam is passionate about helping clients of all ages on their road to recovery, and is thrilled to provide rehabilitation services in Yellowknife.