Ken graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy. He has experience treating clients with various conditions such as sports injuries, spinal cord injuries, chronic pain, injuries to the central and peripheral nervous systems, and whiplash.
Growing up, Ken participated in many sports and trained competitively in baseball throughout middle school and high school. As a young athlete, he experienced various sports injuries and discovered massage therapy as one of the most effective modalities in relieving his muscle stress, tension, and pain. With this in mind, he became an RMT to help others optimize their health so they can engage in the activities they love. To achieve this, Ken utilizes multiple techniques in his treatment including General Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Release, Trigger Point Release, Myofascial Release, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, Muscle Energy Technique, Passive and Active Stretching, and Active Strengthening. He performs thorough assessments of his clients in order to customize treatment plans that meet clients’ goals and needs.
Presently, Ken stays active by biking, hiking, running, and going to the gym. He also plays volleyball and baseball recreationally, and enjoys reading in his spare time. Given his active lifestyle, Ken has a special interest in sports injuries and hopes to continue to grow his skills in this area.