Giorgio Caiterzi, D.O. BSc. Physiotherapy, Masters of Osteopathy (Osteopathic Practitioner)
Giorgio Caiterzi is also currently the Head Therapist of Canadian National Volleyball Team. He has been practicing physiotherapy in Italy and world-wide for two decades, and he has a Master’s degree in Osteopathy. He is also a Member of Osteopathy BC. Giorgio has extensive experience working as a osteopathic clinician in elite and professional sport, including the Detroit Pistons, Rally Car drivers Andrea Navarra and Simone Campedelli, NBA athletes Carlos Delfino and Marco Belinelli, many professional soccer players (Juventus, Lazio, Inter) and Italian National team players. He has worked with track and field athletes, National Mountain Bike, BMX, Downhill and Trial, and travelling with the Italian team internationally to European, world cup and world championship races. In his years of experience with professional athletes he worked also with professional artistic gymnastic dancers. He has worked in the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics Games, 2008 Beijing Olympics Games, 2012 London Olympic Games and the 2015 Baku European Olympic Games.
Marc Jones, BSc. Osteopathy (UK) MSc. Advanced clinical practice (Osteopathic Practitioner)
Marc is a UK registered osteopath, former 100m track sprinter, current tennis player and coach, special interest in pain science and movement research. He graduated with an osteopathic honours degree from the British School of Osteopathy (University College of Osteopathy) in London, UK and an MSc in Advanced Professional Practice (Clinical Sciences) with the AECC University College of Chiropractic and Bournemouth University in the UK. He is founding director of Osteopathy BC and registered in Quebec and the UK General Osteopathic Council. Marc has a history of working with Cirque du Soleil artistes in Montreal and Royal Ballet School in London. He has also treated national-team athletes in the following sports: Track and field, road racing, tennis, soccer, rugby, equestrianism (and polo), swimming (and water polo), martial arts, rowing (and dragonboat), gymnasts (and cirque), Olympic and power lifting.