Greg hails from Newfoundland and Labrador, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Honours from Memorial University in 2017. During his time at Memorial University, he showcased his athletic prowess as a key player for the Sea-Hawks’ varsity soccer team. Following this, Greg pursued his passion for healthcare and completed his Master of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2019.
Greg’s professional journey led him to Prince Edward Island, where he gained valuable experience working at a multidisciplinary clinic and providing care to collegiate soccer, volleyball, and basketball teams. He also had the opportunity to be part of several prestigious national sports events, such as the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games, where he contributed his expertise.
In 2023, Greg achieved a significant milestone by obtaining his Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy from Sports Physiotherapy Canada, further enhancing his specialization in sports-related injuries. His commitment to ongoing education is evident through his extensive training in concussion management, ACL injury management, and being a Sport First Responder. Currently, Greg is dedicated to advancing his knowledge and skills through a fellowship in Sports Physiotherapy.
Outside of his professional life, Greg maintains his active lifestyle through his love for soccer and CrossFit, ensuring he remains in top physical condition. He also finds joy in coaching soccer and brings his extensive experience to the field, holding a C-License from Canada Soccer and having coached both collegiate and provincial teams.