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DiAnna Moulden, PT

Dianna Moulden is a registered, practicing physiotherapist in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada.  She initially completed an Honours Bachelor degree in Kinesiology at McMaster University followed by a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy also at McMaster University.  Dianna started her journey in sports working with the varsity sports teams at McMaster University, specifically assisting with Men’s Football, Mens and Womens Soccer, Men’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball.  These experiences then lead to working with a semi-professinal Men’s Soccer Team, the Hamilton Football Club and assisting with treatment of injured members of the AHL’s Hamilton Bulldogs.  Dianna then took a break from sports to complete a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University which lead to becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).  Dianna now has a private practice in orthopaedics at a clinic in Ancaster but keeps her emergency kit in the car while still close to the fields at McMaster University.

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Eric Olympico, PT

Eric Olympico MSc. PT, MSc, HBKin, CSCS is a registered, practicing physical therapist in Hamilton, Ontario Canada.  He completed his Kinesiology degree at Lakehead University and a MSc. in Kinesiology at Western University in the Dr. Charles Rice neuromuscular lab.  After 3 years working as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist he completed a MSc in Physical Therapy at McMaster University.  Eric spent 3 years at McMaster's David Braely Sports Medicine clinic where he provided physical therapy to the women's and men's rugby and wrestling teams.  In this role, Eric provided support and therapy to the teams on the fields, mats and and in the clinic,  guiding athletes from initial injury to return to play.  A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu brown belt, Eric trains at Joslin's Martial Arts where he works with competitive martial artists.  Eric practices at the Active Relief Centre which is nationally renowned in the powerlifting and weightlifting community.