Who is Robert Taylor?
Robert Taylor was born and raised in Manchester England. As a schoolboy, he participated in rugby, soccer, cricket, track and field and cross-country running as well as fencing. In 1984, he qualified as a podiatrist, specializing in biomechanics, assessing and treating running injuries in marathon runners and track and field athletes. In 1986, he immigrated to Canada and became licensed as a Canadian Chiropodist. For the next 13 years, he specialized in biomechanical assessments and treatment of sports injuries.
Robert became re-known for treating athletes and returning them to their respective sports. He resolved athletic injuries in tri-athletes, track and field athletes, cross-country runners and road racers from recreational to elite levels. He was often a keynote speaker, invited to talk to athletes, coaches, physiotherapists and podiatrists. He has presented at many Canadian universities, Ontario Road Racing Clubs and National Cross-Country training teams. He has taught healthcare professionals as far away as the North Pole, Rovaniemi and Finland.
In 1999, Robert enrolled at the Canadian College of Osteopathy and for the next 7 years, practiced as a student Osteopathic Manual Practitioner while treating athletes at the Taylor Clinic in London, Ontario. He qualified as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner in January 2007, after successfully defending his thesis, "The Effect of Osteopathic Treatment on Functional Leg Length Discrepancy."
Robert has developed unique ways to treat conditions resulting from concussions, sport injuries and traumas by removing barriers that prevent the body from healing itself. He looks forward to providing you with his extensive therapeutic skills as an Osteopathic practitioner, Chiropodist and UK Podiatrist, to improve your quality of life.