Keaton graduated from McMaster University with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy and completed his Bachelor of Human Kinetics at Trinity Western University.
He utilizes a client-centered and holistic approach to care, that emphasizes open communication and collaborative goal setting to ensure each person receives care that best suits their needs. His treatment style incorporates a blend of hands-on manual therapy techniques, dry needling, therapeutic exercises and education. He strives to equip and empower people with the knowledge and confidence they need to take control of their health.
Growing up Keaton was heavily involved in competitive sports, including volleyball, baseball and soccer. He spent two years volunteering as a student athletic therapist with the Trinity Western University Women’s Varsity soccer team. His engagement in sports, fascination of the human body, and desire to assist people in achieving their health goals led him to become a physiotherapist. Keaton has developed a passion for orthopaedics and has experience treating clients of all ages with various musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, as well as providing post-operative rehab. He has obtained his Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Level II Diploma through the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and continues to develop his skills through continuing education courses.