Paul Godlewski, PT

Paul received his B.Sc. (PT) with honours in 1998 from the University of Toronto. He is a registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.

Paul Godlewski practices as a consultant physiotherapist at: Trilogy Physiotherapy

He also delivers online assessments and treatments concussion and dizziness condition via his Tele-rehab (AKA Virtual Care) platform.

To deliver the best care, he takes a multidisciplinary approach. He collaborates with other in-clinic PTs and RMTs.

Paul Godlewski works closely with many out-of-house specialists including: Sports physicians, Otolaryngologists, Neuro-Optometrists, Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Psychological counselors

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) training

Paul noted that many of his motor vehicle accidents and sports-related injury patients had dizziness.

This led him to seek training in Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT). He received his preparation in VRT from Emory University School of Medicine Division of Physical Therapy located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

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Concussion Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) Training

A University of Calgary study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found much reduced recovery times for concussions when VRT and regular neck manual physiotherapy are combined.

Paul further enhances this recovery by adding vision & cognitive rehabilitation skills with VRT. These skills were gained through post-graduate training in Concussion Management.

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Anatomical Acupuncture Training

Wanting to reduce pain in the concussion, orthopaedic and sports injury cases led Paul to train in a western-based dry needling technique called Anatomical Acupuncture.

He received his preparation from Acupuncture Canada (formerly AFCI) located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) Training

To help reduce persistent pain, Paul went on to train in Gunn IMS.

He received his training from the University of British Columbia, Division of Sports Medicine located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.