Ygeia & Kinesia Rehabilitation Inc
Paul Papoutsakis, BHK, Dip. SIM, D.Ac, CAT(C), CSCS
Certified Athletic Therapist/Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Paul is the Company Therapist for the National Ballet of Canada and a multi-disciplinary practitioner at the Sports Medicine Specialists clinic.  He has experience working with elite athletes, weekend warriors and the average person who just wants to be healthier.  This gives him the knowledge and understanding to help you recover from any minor or severe injury.

Paul will work with other members of your health-care team to provide you with the service that maximizes your recovery and performance.  His passion for what he does is driven by the results he will get you.  Turn to him for a customized program that will help you regain your functional mobility.

Paul is a member on the Task Force for Dancer Health (DanceUSA) and has served on both the Executive Committee of the OATA (past Chairman/Treasurer), and as a member of the Education Committee of the CATA.

Other Experiences

Tour Therapist - Stars On Ice Figure Skating Tour 2002/2003

Club Therapist - Balmy Beach Rugby Football Club 2001-2004


CATA (Canadian Athletic Therapist Association)

OATA (Ontario Athletic Therapist Association)

NSCA (National Strength & Conditioning Association)

IADMS (International Association of Dance Medicine & Science)

CEBHCP (Canadian Examining Board of Health-Care Professionals)

CCCA (Canadian Council of Certified Acupuncturists)


Bachelor of Human Kinetics - B.H.K. (UBC 1995)

Diploma in Sports Injury Management - Dip. SIM (Sheridan College 2000)
Certified Athletic Therapist - CAT(C) 2000
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist - CSCS 1999/2014

Doctorate of Acupuncture - D.Ac. 2001

Fascial Stretch Therapist - FST Level 1 - 2013

Diploma of Somatotherapy (Myofascial Stretching/ELDOA's) - 2007

Manual Osteopathic Techniques (Fasciae/Pelvis/Joint Pumping) - 2007

Muscle Energy Techniques/Strain-Counter Strain - 2000

Chartered Herbalist Diploma - 2002

Mulligan Concept "Mobilizations with Movement" - 2005

Soft-Tissue Release Techniques - 2005

Sports First Responder & CPR "HCP" Healthcare Professional (current)

Athletic Therapy.  Health In Motion  

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