B.Sc. (hons) Kinesiology, M.Sc. Physiotherapy
Brody Langlois is a graduate of the Queen’s University Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program. Prior, he completed a Bachelor of Science honors specialization in Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario, where he graduated on the Dean’s honour list. His focus for physiotherapy is on using hands-on techniques, including soft tissue release, mobilizations, and exercise, to promote normal function. He believes that in educating clients to help them understand their conditions and their pain, to help improve their outcomes long term. He has special interest in treating temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction. Since he has previously had issues in this region that he has worked on correcting, he enjoys helping others find the relief he has found for himself. He has progressed his knowledge and skills in the fields of manual therapy, acupuncture, movement system dysfunction, and craniofacial dysfunction. He is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Originally from the Ottawa Valley, Brody moved to the Durham region in 2015. Brody is an avid snowboarder and curler in the winter, having taught snowboarding for over 8 years. He enjoys spending time with family and friends at his family cottage in the summer. He is also a certified scuba diver, and has been on several Caribbean diving adventures including a dive with sharks in Bahamas.