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Originally from Toronto, Tuan graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Medical and Health Physics from McMaster University and went on to later receive his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York. Having worked in upstate New York and Toronto, Tuan gained much experience working with various conditions including orthopedic, prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation, sports injuries, and chronic pain. Tuan has been very involved in breakdancing and martial arts throughout most of his life, enjoying and gaining insight into movement of the human body. As a physiotherapist, he is able to direct his passion for movement culture, fitness, and health toward helping others.

Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?

My treatment approach uses an individualized combination of manual therapy and an emphasis on exercise and movement to restore strength, range, and function to clients so they can continue to perform at their best. I believe in a strong education component to any treatment to help the client understand the “how” and “why” of their condition and to prevent reoccurrence of injuries. I have also taken courses to gain further advance my skills in manual therapy, exercise prescription, and pain management.

What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?

Manual Therapy Personalized home exercise programs Education

What are you proud of in your practice?

I am proud of my ability to empower clients that I meet. People often come in to see me thinking that because they have pain, they can no longer do things. Being able to show them ways to perform activities that they find important and emphasizing what they can still do gives great relief and increases mental well being.

Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?

I enjoy treating orthopedic conditions and sports injuries including but not limited to: Neck pain Low back pain Shoulder pain Rotator cuff Frozen shoulder Bursitis Tennis elbow Golfer’s elbow Wrist pain Carpal tunnel de Quervain’s Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid arthritis Hip pain Labral injuries Knee pain ACL/MCL injuries Meniscus injuries Patellofemoral pain