Andy Choi is a certified Athletic Therapist with both the Canadian Athletic Therapist Association (CATA) and Ontario Athletic Therapist Association (OATA). He graduated with a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Science at York University. During his undergraduate program he also completed the Athletic Therapy Certificate Program at York University and was awarded the Dr. Charles Bull Athletic Therapy Scholarship. In 2015 the CATA awarded Andy with the Student Leadership Award for demonstrating excellence in classroom & community leadership skills.
Immediately after Andy went onto working with the Toronto Football Club. He was the Head Athletic Therapist for TFC2 for the 2017 & 2018 season and was an integral part of the 2017 MLS Championship. At the club Andy was responsible for rehabilitation of injuries, optimizing recovery and ensuring his athletes were at peak performance to compete. He also worked closely with the Sports Science and Strength & Conditioning departments where he gained knowledge in load management for training and rehabilitation.
Besides his skill set and experience in professional soccer, Andy has also worked in other areas including the Canadian Football League, Ontario Volleyball Association and combative sports. He is motivated to teach and inspire change in both his athletes and patients about health and movement. Outside of work he values family, fitness & health, self-development and enjoys traveling and being outdoors. On top of being an athletic therapist, Andy is also pursuing a career in the fire service and is enrolled in the Basic Fire Academy with Training Division.
Whether you are looking for injury Rehab, Performance or Recovery, Andy is here to help you feel better, move better and perform better.
Aside from English, Andy is fluent in Cantonese and can conduct appointments in either language.