Tony Li received his Master’s of Physical Therapy degree from Western University. Prior to that, he graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. His desire to become a physiotherapist was inspired by his participation in high-level soccer throughout his youth. From experiences with the provincial, national, and university levels, he developed an understanding for the importance of being a role model within the community. He believes that understanding the individuality of each person and the context of their lives is crucial to how we, as physiotherapists, address health, wellness, and rehabilitation. His treatments have an emphasis on therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, and education so that he can help you return to the activities that you enjoy, give you the tools to stay healthy, and get your body ready for the future you!
Coach Mark is a young but very experienced instructor. His decision to pursue soccer at an early age enabled him to gather the knowledge and skills he now utilizes as a coach. During the time he was in school he mainly focused on his studies whilst training with “The football IQ academy”. After successfully graduating from high school, he then moved to Germany in hopes of achieving further heights. Although his playing time was cut short due to circumstances in the 2 years he was there he lead the Gruppenliga side “Homberg FC” to one of their most successful runs finishing second. He then returned to Canada where he started working with certain clubs and conducting private soccer labs in order to help others become better.