Our Howard Avenue Team
Curtis Murray-Watters, B.P.H.E., B.A.H., M.Sc.PT (physiotherapist)
Curtis graduated from Queen`s University in 2011 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to this he receieved two undergraduate degrees in the Physical and Health Education fields.
He has worked at CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy & Chiropractic since November 2012 and focuses predominantly on musculoskeletal injuries, as well as other orthopaedic conditions. He has taken coursework in manual therapy, proprioceptive / sport injury taping, and specializes in providing injury specific exercises. Curtis is an avid golf and squash player during the summer months. He is also the goaltending coach of the University of Windsor Women’s Varsity Hockey Team.
Dr. Andrew Mercer, D.C. (Chiropractor)
Dr. Andrew Mercer D.C. is born and raised in Windsor. Growing up, Andrew was extremely active playing hockey, soccer, football, and baseball. He studied at the University of Windsor in Human Kinetics with interests in biomechanics, sport psychology, and anatomy. Prior to attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) he worked as a Chiropractic Assistant for six years and Andrew completed a co-op placement with the Windsor Spitfires for two years during his completion of his chiropractic degree. Dr. Mercer has great passion for giving back to his community by working with various surrounding teams including the Windsor Spitfires, AKO Fratmen, and the Kennedy Collegiate football team. Andrew is trained in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy with SMART tools and is also trained in Athletic Movement Assessment. His passion has always been on being active and helping others and he is now able to pair this with his clinical knowledge and drive his passion towards helping people return to their best functional self. He is dedicated to maintaining and improving his clinical and manual skills by taking continuing education courses. Dr. Mercer is an evidence based, patient centered, multimodal doctor that is committed to lifelong learning. With extensive knowledge of the body’s soft tissue and repetitive strain injuries he utilizes a biomechanical and functional approach to understand how the spine and the extremities are truly integrated when an injury occurs. In his spare time, he loves to walk his Australian Shepherd Indie, play hockey, golf, and keep active with his fiancé.
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