Brodey Bilton-Mcleod

Brodey Bilton-McLeod

BAHSc (Athletic Therapy), CAT (C), DOMP

Brodey is an Osteopathic Manipulative Practitioner and a Certified Athletic Therapist who graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College. Furthering his education at the National Academy of Osteopathy in Osteopathic Manipulative Practice.

Osteopathic Manipulative practitioners such as Brodey, look at the body as a whole. Getting the body working and moving as one is the goal to helping people get back to the things they enjoy.

From a very young age, Brodey enjoyed participating in various sports. His competitive nature resulted in a few injuries of his own, which lead to his passion for physical rehabilitation and patient-oriented care.

Brodey has a great deal of experience working with diverse sports such as, the Jr. A Toronto Predators of the Greater Metro Hockey League (GMHL), as well as soccer, football, volleyball and basketball at St. Andrew's College in Aurora.

On the sidelines, an Athletic Therapist can conduct on field emergency care and sideline assessments.

Practitioners such as Brodey, are integral members of the health care team that enable individuals to maximize their performance, it also encompasses rehabilitation, concussion management, exercise programs and modalities in a clinical setting.

  • Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy – Sheridan College
  • Certified First Responder with Basic Life Support – Red Cross
  • Ontario Athletic Therapists Association – Member in good standing
  • Canadian Athletic Therapists Association - Member in good standing
  • MobilityPro Taping - Level 1