“Safe and appropriate exercise is the single most effective non-surgical treatment method to improve joint range of motion, muscular strength and functional independence at any age.” – Terry Kane, Physiotherapist.
About Terry Kane
A graduate of the University of Toronto, Terry Kane is one of Canada’s most experienced physical therapists with over 35 years of experience in the non-surgical and post-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal / orthopaedic injuries and conditions.
During his career, Terry has not only worked with over 500 Olympic and professional athletes, served as Team Physical Therapist with the Canadian Olympic Ice Hockey Team, the Calgary Flames but also served as an injury analysis consultant to the National Hockey League, as well as an Editorial Peer Reviewer for the Physician and SportsMedicine and Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine.
Currently, Terry works full-time for Alberta Health Services in the Emergency Department of the Peter Lougheed Centre, as well as at East Calgary Family Care Clinic. In the past Terry has worked at the following clinics; The University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre, The Calgary Chronic Pain Clinic (Alberta Health Services) and Calgary West Central Primary Care Network.
In addition to his clinical work, Terry has lectured on exercise-based rehabilitation to fitness professionals across Canada and the United States as well as Australia, Europe, China, and Hong Kong. He has also served as a contributing chapter author on the Recognition and Prevention of Injuries Prevention (Foundations of Professional Personal Training, Human Kinetics)
Please note that due to his current work schedule, Terry is not seeing private patients at this time.