Paul McIntyre BSc.PT, FCAMT, CGIMS
Paul graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998. He has gone on to specialize in orthopaedics completing a Certificate of Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2000, a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2001 and a Certificate of Gunn IMS, Intramuscular Stimulation (CGIMS) in 2008. Paul and his partner Lisa Munkley opened Broadmead Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinic in 2002.
Their philosophy is "A Body in Motion Stays in Motion". To keep your body in motion he focuses on quality patient care with an emphasis on manual and manipulative therapy, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) in conjunction with exercise and education. Paul has special interests in spinal and shoulder dysfunction as well as sports injuries.
Paul has worked with a variety of athletes ranging from those dreaming of one day being an Olympian to Olympians. Paul has taught the fourth year medical students at University of Victoria as well as physiotherapists pursuing their specialization in manual therapy.
Matt Rose BSc.Kin,MSc.PT,CAFCI
Matt Rose is a former National Team swimmer and Olympian currently working with the VAS as a physiotherapist. Matt has his Bachelors in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University and his Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of Alberta.
He was a member of the Canadian National swim team from 2001 to 2009 competing in the 2004 Olympics, 2003 Pan American Games, 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games, 2004 Short course worlds, 2007 World Championships and 2009 World University Games. During his career he held several Canadian national records including the long course 50 free, 50 back and 4x100 free relay as well as the short course 50 free, 4x100 free relay and 4x100 medley relay.
He is currently a Physiotherapist at Broadmead Orthopedic Physiotherapy here in Victoria where he treats both the public and several of Victoria's athletes, with a main focus on shoulder injuries.
With the VAS Matt runs a stability dryland circuit 2 times per week addressing some of the weaknesses of the swimmers by focusing on proper core and shoulder activation. He also acts as the academy's travelling physiotherapist when they're away from home. His unique blend of swimming and physio knowledge and experience makes him a useful resource for the success of the VAS athletes.