Brennan McConaghy
Athletic Therapist (PC)

Brennan McConaghy

Athletic Therapist (PC)

Born and raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Brennan is a newly Certified Athletic Therapist
(PC) who has graduated from the Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences - Athletic
Therapy program, from Sheridan College. Prior to this, Brennan obtained a Bachelor of Science
degree in Kinesiology from the University of New Brunswick.

Having completed field work and clinical internships at St. Thomas University, the University of
Toronto - Mississauga, Durham College, Ontario Tech University, and Sheridan College.
Brennan has become proficient in assessing, treating and managing acute and chronic injuries
among various populations. With a patient-centered approach, Brennan prioritizes his patients’
goals! Having been an ACAA athlete himself, Brennan understands and prioritizes the
importance of therapeutic exercises, manual therapy and modalities, so that every patient can
reach their full potential! Early on in his career, one of Brennan’s most memorable moments
was being the lead student therapist of the Durham Lords men’s soccer team that won the 2019
CCAA National Championships. This experience has exposed Brennan to aspects of elite
sports that can easily translate over to a multidisciplinary setting.

Outside of work, Brennan loves to spend time in The Great Outdoors! He enjoys playing golf,
ultimate frisbee, hiking, but most of all, travelling! Brennan has visited all of the provinces in
Canada, has travelled to 34 states in the U.S., and has visited several countries in Europe.
Brennan is excited to start his career in Northern Ontario and is eager to explore all of it’s
hidden treasures!