Braden Wilkins is what you might call a sports junkie, playing rugby, soccer, lacrosse, basketball, and more. Along the way, he has experienced his fair share of injuries and setbacks. This is what pushed Braden to pursue a career in the health field, with a focus on hands-on therapy.
Braden completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of the Fraser Valley in Kinesiology. He then continued his education with the RMT program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Recently, he started a Master’s program in Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength and Conditioning through Edith Cowan University.
Braden believes that everyone should have the chance to get back to the activities they love, whether it’s a grandparent who wants to play with their grandkids or a professional athlete recovering from an injury.
Braden believes that everyone should have the chance to get back to the activities they love, whether it’s a grandparent who wants to play with their grandkids or a professional athlete recovering from an injury. He will help you along your journey with both education and hands-on practice.
Braden has helped a wide range of patients, including those suffering from workplace and repetitive use injuries, people injured in motor vehicle accidents, professional athletes, and weekend warriors. During treatments with Braden, you can expect not only a caring therapist, but also some laughs along the way.
- Registered Kinesiologist (BCAK)
- Registered Massage Therapist (CMTBC)
- Certified Exercise Physiologist (CSEP)
- Nutrition Coach level 1 (PN)
- Active Isolated Stretch level 1,2
- Strength and Conditioning Coach (in progress)
Find out how Braden can help you move better.
for chronic injuries, shoulder and foot pain.
to help manage labour pain and prepare the body for birth and recovery.
to help ensure proper spine development and even support jaw movement and latching.