Dr. Schneider is a clinical specialist in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist. He is a partner at Evidence Sport and Spinal Therapy in Calgary, Alberta. Geoff is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Radiology, Cumming School of Medicine, at the University of Calgary. He also holds adjunct faculty appointments at Andrews University and McMaster University in their respective Departments of Physical Therapy. Following his graduation from the University of Waterloo (Kinesiology) and McMaster University (Physiotherapy), Geoff completed his Fellowship in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT). Dr. Schneider is the Chair of the Alberta Association of Physiotherapy where their mission is to advance the profession of Physiotherapy by inspiring excellence in healthcare for all. He is a past Chair of the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Geoff completed his initial doctoral studies (DSc) from Andrews University. His research involved cervical spine facet joint mediated pain and its effect on sensory hypersensitivity in chronic whiplash patients. Geoff completed his PhD (Medical Science with a specialization in clinical epidemiology) at the University of Calgary in the Cumming School of Medicine. His research involved the derivation of a clinical prediction guide in the diagnosis of facet joint mediated pain in the cervical spine. For his PhD, Geoff was awarded a CIHR doctoral research award Canada Graduate Scholarship. Geoff has published numerous peer-reviewed papers in the area of musculoskeletal pain. He completed a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta. His postdoctoral work was in the area of advanced physiotherapy practice and triage of patients with low back pain (SpineAccess Alberta). Geoff is a tri-lead for the Spine Health working group of the Bone and Joint Strategic Clinical Network aimed at research and innovation in developing care pathways for Albertan’s with low back pain. From his days playing in the Ontario Hockey League (Kingston Frontenacs) and USport hockey (University of Waterloo), he works with many athletes (elite and recreational) to help them achieve their goals post-injury.
Treatment Type: Dry Needling / Intramuscular Stimulation, Exercise Therapy – Individualized, Injury Prevention, Manual Therapy – Soft Tissue/Massage, Manual Therapy – Manipulation, Manual Therapy – Mobilization, Multidisciplinary Clinic, Therapeutic Pain Education
Condition: Chronic Pain, Concussion Rehabilitation, Headache/Migraine, Injury Prevention, Motor Vehicle Accident/Whiplash Injuries, Musculoskeletal – Spine, Musculoskeletal – Shoulder, Musculoskeletal – Hand and Wrist, Musculoskeletal – Foot and Ankle, Musculoskeletal – Hip, Musculoskeletal – Knee, Musculoskeletal – Temporomandibular Joint, Pediatrics – Musculoskeletal, Sports Injury
Clinic: Evidence Sport and Spine (North)
Address: 201, 2000 Veteran’s Place NW, Calgary, , Alberta T3B 4N2
Accessibility: Private Rooms Available, Virtual Options Available, Wheelchair accessible clinic
Payment Options: Online Payments, Credit Card Payment, Direct Billing for Insurance Claims, Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
Walkins/Referrals: Online Booking, Evening Hours, Please call to schedule your appointment
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