Zachary Hum, BA Kin, MScPT Physiotherapist
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complimentary 15 minute ‘meet the physio' visit where you can learn about physiotherapy and if it’s right for you.
Zachary has been a practicing physiotherapist in Kingston, Ontario since 2015. Since meeting his fiancée a couple years ago, he has finally decided to make the move to BC. In his spare time, Zachary enjoys sports including rock climbing, basketball, and snowboarding. He also enjoys playing guitar and reading a good book.
Having achieved a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at Queens University, Zachary continues to aspire to become a better therapist through life-long learning.
Zachary’s clinical interest lies in optimizing movement of the human body and resolving musculoskeletal conditions involving pain, headaches, and dizziness. What fascinates Zachary is the intricacy of the human body and how everything works together. With that in mind, you can count on Zachary to look at your body as a whole to find the source of your symptoms.
Zachary’s approach to therapy involves identifying the patterns of movement and posture that are not working optimally, followed by resetting the communication between the brain and the rest of the body to enhance the body patterns.
He also believes patients play an active role in their own recovery in order to achieve their desired goals. Therefore, patients will not only receive hands-on therapy and education, but also exercises that empower, maintain, and strengthen their bodies for independence.
To learn more about Zachary, and his treatments, you can visit his website at:
Mon 8:00am - 2:00
Tues 8:00am - 2:00
Weds 2:15pm - 8:15
Thurs 2:15pm - 8:15
Sat 8:00am - 1:00
Continuing Education Courses include:
PDTR (Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex) – Advanced: Optimizing body function by restoring proper communication between the brain and the body.
NKT (Neurokinetic Therapy) – Advanced – Level 3: Finding muscle compensation patterns and improving motor control and body awareness.
SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) – Level 1: Assessing whole body movements in order to identify the potential sources of symptoms.
Energetic Balancing – Level 2: Clearing stored patterns of physical tension by treating one’s mind, body, and emotions.
AiM (Anatomy in Motion) Closed Chain Biomechanics of the Lower Limb: Identifying and restoring proper movement of the lower body during walking.
Training = Rehab 3 – Charlie Weingroff: Treatment and training principles for the active population to enhance rehabilitation and performance.
Stop Chasing Pain – Primal Movement Chains: Working along fascial chains, rotational muscle patterns, and effective force generation to reduce injuries, and increase stability and performance.
Spinal Manipulation of the Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, and SI joint: Adjusting the spine by utilizing quick but small movements to restore joint mobility.