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BScPT, MClSc (Manip), FCAMPT
Yagil started working as a personal trainer in March 2004 after finishing in First Choice Health Science at Dawson College. He pursued his studies to achieve a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University in 2007. While working in many orthopedic private clinics, Yagil learned from some of the best manual therapists nationally and internationally, and developed a passion for the manual therapy approach. Yagil went on to complete a Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University in July 2012. He also became a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and a specialist in manual therapy. In 2017 Yagil began teaching at the School of Physical and Occupational therapy at McGill University and has helped groom hundreds of students into well rounded physiotherapists. He has become a mentor for physiotherapists trying to complete their own fellowship in manual therapy and continues to grow by taking courses and reviewing literature clinically relevant to his orthopedic practice.
Since graduating from McGill University, Yagil has worked with patients as young as 5 years old in order to relieve pain and regain range of motion, strength, endurance and functional independence. He has also helped athletes ranging from professional tennis players of the ATP tour to local runners in his community who wish to complete races in faster times without pain. Yagil evaluates and treats his patients using techniques learned in many advanced courses of manual therapy and exercise prescription. With his experience as a Physical Therapist and Personal Trainer, Yagil is able to provide customized treatments in order to prevent or rehabilitate patients from chronic or acute injuries.
After 14 years serving the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce region, Physio 360 moved to its new and current location in Pointe Saint Charles where Yagil continues to support the southwest Montreal community with all their injuries since 2021.