The live lecture took place on September 30, 2014
(a vodcast is a video recording of a lecture that is available for download upon registration/payment through the Eventbrite on-line registration system. Once downloaded you can watch on your computer at your convenience as many times as you'd like)
Description: Tyler presents a short case, shares his best tips for assessment (including bike fitting) and lets us in on his most trusted treatment pearls.
Instructor Bio: Tyler Dumont, BPE, BScPT, MSc, Diploma Sport Physiotherapist, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), Certified Gunn IMS, Clinical Associate Professor, UBC
Tyler achieved his Bachelor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Alberta in 1993. He completed his Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences from UBC in 1998. He has over 21 years of experience in private practice; 9 of which were at the Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre, UBC. Tyler opened Physiomoves in 2007 and is proud of the reputation he and his team is establishing in the community as one of the best physio/ rehabilitation clinics in the Lower Mainland.
Tyler is a Clinical Associate Professor with the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine at UBC. He has been instructing UBC students in the area of Sports and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy since 1998. He is honoured to be a past recipient of the Physiotherapy Association of BC Award of Excellence in Education, as well as the Faculty of Medicine Award for Excellence in Teaching. He continues to mentor and supervise UBC Master of Physical Therapy students each year. He is published in many journals and magazines and is often asked to speak at events pertaining to sports and injuries.
Tyler is the only Physiotherapist in South Surrey, White Rock and Langley to hold a Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy, Canada's highest level of sport rehabilitation specialization for his profession. As a former national champion cyclist, Tyler is also the Lower Mainland's expert on bike fits, having performed thousands of these over the past 16 years. He has worked with athletes from many sports, including extensive experience in cycling, running, swimming, rugby, hockey, field hockey, and gymnastics at the provincial, national and international level. He was nominated by his peers and proudly represented Physical Therapy in the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay. He was a part of the Host Medical Team at Canada Hockey Place during the 2010 Olympics. Along with other Physiomoves therapists, Tyler completed the Functional Movement Screening and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment courses. He is also certified in GunnIMS (intra-muscular stimulation).