Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic at Twist
Time: 7:15 PM
Meeting Spot: Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic North Vancouver
Location Address: 12-1225 Keith Rd E, North Vancouver, BC V7J 1J3
Meet your Clinic Coordinator!
Name: Ryan Hill, Casey, Goheen & Anne Martin
Clinic Coordinator: Ryan Hill
Ryan Hill serves as Lead Physiotherapist & Director at the Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic in North Vancouver. He has completed extensive post-graduate education in spinal/peripheral manipulation, acupuncture/neuropathic dry needling, and sports physiotherapy. In addition to being a SportMedBC InTraining Clinic Coordinator/Run Leader, Ryan also serves as Head Trainer for the Capilano Rugby Football Club - Women’s Division 2/Premier Teams. As a recreational ultra-marathon runner/triathlete, Ryan has a special interest in endurance sports, knee injuries and repetitive strains. Furthermore, he enjoys working with those exhibiting faulty movement patterns, overall deconditioning, pre/post-surgical rehabilitation, post-concussion syndrome, and chronic pain management. Ryan looks forward to helping you achieve your running goals with a mindful & holistic approach.Personal Sport Background: Triathlon (IRONMAN Canada x 2), ultra distance running, hiking, weight-lifting , & snowboarding.
How long have you been involved with the InTraining Program? Ryan is in his second year leading a group of runners at Allan McGavin in North Vancouver. He was also a coach for the Fondo Clinics in 2019!
Clinic Leader: Casey Goheen (Registered Physiotherapist)
Credentials: MPT, MSc, BSc
Casey is a Registered Physiotherapist at Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic in North Vancouver. Casey received her Masters of Physical Therapy degree from Queen’s University, following a Masters of Anatomical Sciences and Bachelor of Science from Queen’s University.
As a long distance runner herself, Casey has a passion for treating running related injuries and promoting safe rehabilitation back to sport. Casey has a special interest in working with young athletes and recognizes the demands of high level sport in this population. Casey is also GLA:D (Good Life with osteoarthritis in Denmark) certified and enjoys working with those experiencing hip and knee osteoarthritis get back to the things they love to do! As a SportMedBC InTraining Clinic Run Leader, Casey is committed to helping you stay injury free, train to perform your best, and achieve your running goals!
Clinic Coordinator: Anne Martin
About Anne: At 54, I decided that I really needed to (finally) get into shape, and decided the social aspects of InTraining suited me. My fragile back removed the option of running, but I loved the pole (or Nordic) walking. After my first year, I was hooked and wanted to get more involved. I came back as a leader and have just kept coming back.
How long have you been involved with the InTraining Program? This is my 8th year!
What is your favourite InTraining memory? Trying to keep up with my favourite 70 year-old! My first year of leading was her second year or training; she was dedicated, enthusiastic, in long term recovery from head trauma, and a deep inspiration. I can only hope to emulate such tremendous attitude and drive!
Favourite place to run/walk? Any place I can see or smell the ocean. We’re in a new location this year so December will be a time of exploration.
What can participants look forward to this year? Watching me lead the warm-ups! Two left feet, a lack of rhythm but tons of enthusiasm! Come out, have fun, and feel good!