Warren graduated from the University of Manitoba with a bachelorâ€™s degree in Rehabilitation Sciences â€“ Physical Therapy in 2001 and has been helping New Brunswickerâ€™s reach their health goals since moving to Moncton in 2004.
Warren has completed numerous post-graduate courses in manual therapy, exercise prescription, soft tissue release, and pain science. He has taught many courses in movement-based treatment for back and neck injuries. Warren has also taught interdisciplinary teams of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Kinesiologists how to develop treatment programs for both pain management and functional restrengthening.
Warren uses his diverse toolbox of treatment manual techniques to create treatment plans that allow his clients to achieve their health and wellness goals. He is experienced in working with clients throughout the age spectrum to assist them to lead healthy lives.
One of Warrenâ€™s passions is providing growth opportunities for female hockey players in New Brunswick. He was an Assistant Coach of the Universite de Moncton womenâ€™s hockey team and then Assistant Coach/Head Coach of the Mount Allison University Mounties womenâ€™s hockey team for a combined 13 seasons. Presently he is the Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations of the EDZA East Subaru Rockets U18 AAA Female hockey program. Warren has also coached in both U16 and U18 Hockey New Brunswick female divisions at the Atlantic Challenge Cup. He has coached U18 female hockey at national events including the Canada Games in 2019 in Red Deer, AB.
Warren has also dedicated personal time to working with greyhound adoption programs in both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia to make sure that retired racing dogs find loving homes across the Maritimes.
For relaxation Warren enjoys spending time at home with his family, travelling, and being with friends.