Cary Chittley graduated with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy (MSc. PT) from McMaster University in 2009 following a Specialization Honours Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario. Since graduation, he has become a Fellow in the Canadian Association of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) and has become Certificated in Integrated Dry Needling. Additionally, Cary has completed courses in therapeutic taping techniques, spinal manipulations, and a Lumbo-Pelvic Certification program. Through the University of Toronto, Cary is a small group facilitator for the Masters of Physiotherapy program and has been a Clinical Preceptor for students in their final orthopaedic placement. Cary has experience treating a wide variety of issues and people, and always enjoys a challenge. Cary utilizes evidence-based techniques augmented by clinical reasoning to form specialized and personal treatment plans for his patients. He strongly believes that a thorough assessment and diagnosis is the first step to matching the right treatment to the right patient. He feels that an integrated approach involving manual therapy , patient education, and a progressive exercise program will yield optimal results satisfying both therapist and patient goals.
Outside of his practice, Cary works out regularly and enjoys basketball, volleyball, and squash. During his studies he played varsity lacrosse both at the University of Western Ontario and McMaster University.