Connor graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor Physical and Health Education in 2011. He then completed a MSc degree in 2013 (also at the University of Toronto) in the field of Exercise Sciences with an emphasis on motor control and the neural basis of human movement, He worked as a sessional instructor at Acadia University in 2013/14, and then graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2016 from Queen’s University.
Connor moved to Nova Scotia permanently in 2016, and has been working in the private practice space since then. As a practitioner, he prioritizes continuing education, and emphasizes exercise and education as his primary treatment tools. Connor will use modalities such as dry needling and intramuscular stimulation (IMS) to help achieve his patient’s goals. Recreationally he enjoys basketball, weight training, golf, and waterskiing, and resides in Coldbrook with his wife and daughter.