Dr. Carmine Filice is a performance therapist, chiropractor, and certified strength and conditioning specialist. He has a doctorate of Chiropractic studies from Southern California University of Health Science and was the only non-medical student ever allowed into Harvard’s Medical Acupuncture program.
Carm has worked around the world with the top specialists and the most elite training facilities. He works with professional athletes and teams from a variety of major leagues – MLB, MLS, NHL, AVP, MMA, World Champions and Olympians.
He believes in using a scientific approach in order to minimize injury recovery time while maximizing physical performance.
Kait Jackson completed a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology before working on her Masters Degree in Biomechanics. Kait understands the needs of the athletes she works with having been on the other side as an NCAA Division 1 Indoor Volleyball player and training with Beach Volleyball Canada.
She specializes in injury prevention with a focus on how manipulating the body’s movement improves athletic performance. Through her meticulous research on movement patterns Kait is able to work with each athlete manipulating their movements to avoid injury and heighten performance.
Mark Razon has a diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion, is certified as a Bommarito Performance Systems Coach and is a NCCP trained Middle Distance Coach.
Mark has been training athletes for over ten years using a unique approach that combines athletic performance, strength, and speed training. He believes that hard work, consistency, and attention to detail are the keys to training success. Mark uses and instills those values with the athletes he works with every day. He works with powerlifters at national level, is currently the strength coach of the Central Toronto Athletic Club, and has previously trained with Shawn and Laura Phelps-Sweatt.
Dr. Kyle Etwaroo has a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University. He also has a FIFA diploma in Football Medicine: a course that focuses on sport injuries and proper warm-up routines for professional soccer players.
Kyle combines his knowledge of functional anatomy and exercise science to create effective treatment plans. He uses an individualized approach and focuses on movement-based issues in performance to help the athletes he works with achieve their goals.
Jake Osborne has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Maine where he was a two-sport NCAA Division I athlete as an outfielder on the baseball team and a 400M runner on the track and field team. He is also certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and his next stop – med school.
Jake’s experience as an athlete allows him to understand what it takes to compete at the highest level. He believes in training with a purpose, recovering effectively and dedication to mastering your craft.
Jake is a strength and conditioning coach for the elite-level Ontario Terriers baseball teams. He assists young athletes in achieving their goals of playing college and university-level baseball in Canada and the U.S.
Laura Healey graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and is currently completing her Master’s of Science in Biomechanics at the University of Waterloo. Laura’s research focuses on optimizing performance through the study of movement patterns.
Laura focuses on optimizing performance and reducing injury risk with the athletes she works with, including previous experience training professional hockey players.
Laura is an expert in both 3D Motion Capture systems and Force Plates, which she uses as tools for in-depth analysis of athletes’ movement patterns allowing her to assist them in achieving optimal performance at the highest level.
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