Trent Farebrother

Trent graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation – Physical Therapy degree and was named class valedictorian. He brings over 25 years of professional practice in treating soft tissue and skeletal problems.

His strengths include understanding the client’s needs and desired outcomes, and he achieves this through sound evidence based treatment, good communication skills and a sense of humour.

Trent has taken several post-graduate courses and is trained in Advanced Spinal Manipulation and Acupuncture (Completing the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada curriculum). In his career as a physical therapist, Trent has treated a variety of conditions resulting from motor vehicle accidents, work injuries, sports injuries and everyday wear and tear.

He was a Regional Program Director for an Interdisciplinary Pain Program and Senior consulting therapist for several rehabilitation programs. Trent is certified in McKenzie Assessment and Treatment Protocols Part A and B and in Functional Capacity Evaluation.

Trent moved to Red Deer in 2004 where he lives with his wife Tracy. In whatever spare time Trent has, he coaches Goal ball at the Paralympic level.

 

Trent Farebrother’s Qualifications

PT BMR (PT)

PT BMR (PT)

Physio for Children

Over 25 Years Experience