After competing his BA at York University in 1994 and the Orthotics & Prosthetics diploma program at George Brown University in 1997, Mike moved west, joining the pedorthic group at Paris Orthotics Ltd. in 2000. He earned his C Ped (C) designation in 2001.
Mike always impresses and sometimes amazes colleagues with his ability to quickly pierce to the root of problems. It is this combination of honed clinical and technical skills that often means rapid relief for clients who arrive in pain and frustration about previously unsuccessful efforts to manage it. One of the company’s five senior pedorthists, Mike has lead responsibility in Port Coquitlam and is the sole practitioner in Langley. He shines in both places.
In his team sports past, Mike has played soccer and varsity water polo and has challenged himself as an individual athlete in downhill and cross country skiing, swimming, cyclocross, track and road cycling and Triathlons. These days, with the new Golden Ears Bridge crossing the Fraser River, he cycles to work in Langley. During ski season, Mike can be found at play on downhill runs, often with his wife and two young sons.