Riley received his Masters of Physical therapy in 2017 from Queen’s University in Kingston. Prior to this, he attained a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree in 2015 from Acadia University in Wolfville Nova, Scotia. Here he focused in human development as well as sports and injury assessment and management. “Acadia really gave me the bump to strive to become a Physical Therapist.” At Acadia Riley worked with the Varsity Men’s Hockey Team as a student athletic therapist, dealing with a multitude of injuries, conditions, treatment’s and training routines.
Riley has a strong interest in continuing education, and plans to take multiple courses including acupuncture, dry needling, and orthopedic and manual therapy courses.
Growing up as an athlete in the Ottawa area playing baseball, football and hockey, Riley has been exposed to sports, exercise and all the injuries that come with them. With a keen interest in growth and development, Riley has experience working in paediatric and developmental therapy.
As a therapist Riley enjoys being challenged and working with all types of injuries. He uses exercise prescription and manual therapy as the cornerstone to his treatment. Furthermore, he believes that goal setting and patient education are integral in attaining successful results.