Adrian Cochet, BSc. (Kin), M.P.T., T.P.I. Certified, B.D.N.
Adrian Cochet is a movement professional with a passion for helping his patients improve their quality of life and performance through education and understanding of their injuries. His emphasis on patient centred care empowers his patients to be better, whatever their goals may be. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology (2014) and a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy (2016) from the University of Saskatchewan. Since Last year’s golf workshop Adrian completed his TPI Level 1 Training in 2020 in order to improve his treatments with his golf clientele, and is looking forward to working with golfers in and around Saskatoon!
Adrian utilizes a focused manual therapy practice paired with biomechanical and neuromuscular motor patterning to help individuals reach their full potential. Adrian’s knowledge and experience ranges from fitness to function - whether you’re a weekend warrior looking to improve your fitness, a high level performance athlete trying to make it to the top, or simply someone looking to improve your quality of life, Adrian is here to help you.
Adrian enjoys spending his time out in the community helping where he can. In his free time, Adrian volunteers at Rise Strength Lab, where he empowers strength athletes to perform at their best and also as a Sport First Responder performing sideline coverage for various university and community sporting events. His strong beliefs in prehabilitative physical assessments, strength and conditioning, along with a vast participation and knowledge of numerous sports (powerlifting, hockey, golf, track and field, and football) make his approach to physical therapy unique and effective.
In the past Adrian has worked with multiple varsity athletes including helping the U of S men’s hockey team to two national finals. He also spent some time with the U of S football team.
Adrian has a commitment to life long learning and continues to expand his treatment techniques. He is currently looking to advance his skills in orthopaedic manual and manipulation practices and plans to take his training to perform biomedical dry needling.