Christman Hsu is a Physiotherapy Resident, registered with the Ontario College of Physiotherapists and a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He has experience working in hospitals and private clinics.
Christman received his Master of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University after completing his Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto and his Master of Arts specializing in Kinesiology and Leadership at Western University.
Christman believes in a client-centered, collaborative, and evidence-based perspective when guiding his patients throughout their rehabilitative journey. He practices a multi-faceted approach, by incorporating education, exercise, and manual therapy to empower his patients to achieve their goals and to aim for a higher quality of life. Christman is committed to lifelong learning and has already attended a Mulligan concept workshop to continue to hone his skills. He also has training in Low-Intensity LASER therapy, taping, cupping, and decompression therapy.
When Christman is out of the clinic, he enjoys watching sports and staying active through hiking, working out, softball, and skiing.