Future of Athletic Therapy: Brendan Corr

Brendan is currently finishing his Athletic Therapy degree at the University of Winnipeg (UW); he has been working for AC as one of our knowledgeable personal trainers for the last year and a half. Brenden has first hand experience understanding the importance of injury prevention, management, strength and conditioning from years of playing hockey himself. Over his academic career he has honed his field skills while working as a student therapist with the UW’s Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) men’ s and women’s wrestling team, UW’s Manitoba Colleges Athletics Conference (MCAC) men’s basketball and the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League’s (MMJHL) St. Vital Victorias. Brendan has been a great addition to the AC team and we are excited to be part of his evolvement in the rehabilitation and strength and conditioning field.

What got you into AT?  “Having played sports growing up, and experiencing my share of injuries, Athletic Therapy has always helped me recover and get back out on the ice. I have always enjoyed health and wellness, with AT I get to grow my passion for both personal training and rehabilitation.”

What inspires you?   “I have worked with athletes ranging from recreational to Olympic hopefuls. I love applying my knowledge to help people become healthier and return them to their Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s).”

What are your future plans? “I would like to continue to learn as much as possible, working to prevent injuries from occurring and to rehabilitate the ones that do.”