Hello! My name is Antonio Mangilit and I’m Sport...
In the Fall of 2014, Brian had the privilege of being a member of the inaugural graduating class of the Masters of Physical Therapy program at the University of Manitoba. This graduate degree marked the end of his successful studies at the University of Manitoba campus, where he completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2009 and was named an Academic All-Canadian in 2007, 2008, and 2009. Brian wore his brown and gold colors proudly as he competed on his alma mater’s golf team for four years. His avid love for golf has driven him to obtain certification with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI). Brian has a strong desire to work not only with the injured golfer but is dedicated to identifying physical limitations that may be keeping all golfers from reaching their full potential.
Brian has attained his level two manual therapy orthopaedic level. His treatment approach is simple: respect and consistency yields results. He relies heavily on hands-on manual therapy skills and his strong foundation of exercise knowledge. Brian continues to improve his skills through various continuing education courses and plans on attaining all of his orthopaedic manual therapy levels.
Hailing from the steel city, Selkirk, MB, Brian is excited to be a part of the Sport Manitoba Clinic team and looks forward to meeting you!
Hello! My name is Antonio Mangilit and I’m Sport Manitoba’s new massage therapist. My first day in the Sport Medicine Clinic is August 1, and I can’t wait to get started. It’s a great opportunity to work in an environment where I can learn and share some of my knowledge. I also had the chance…READ FULL ARTICLE