Ty Agha (DPT, MScPT, BSc.Hons)
- Master in Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Advanced Musculoskeletal Management)
- Specialized doctorate in musculoskeletal injuries including:
- Lumbopelvic disorders (lower back, sacrum, pelvis and hip)
- Lower extremity disorders (knee, ankle and foot)
- Cervical and thoracic disorders (neck and upper back)
- Upper extremity disorders (shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand)
- Function dry needling
- Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) through Kinetacore (Basic and Advanced courses)
- Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
- SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Analysis)
- FMS (Function Movement Systems)
Ty Agha practiced for several years in British Columbia in an outpatient orthopedics setting before returning back to downtown Toronto. He has years of experience as a clinical educator for athletic therapy and physical therapy students and continues to be an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia in the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine.
Over the years, Ty has worked with a variety of patients, including local sports teams, to provide physical therapy to athletes on the field and in the clinic. He uses an evidence-based approach to treatment which includes a thorough assessment, orthopedic manual therapy, corrective exercise and functional dry needling/IMS. He also emphasizes the importance of regional interdependence and the need to treat the human body as a whole.
In his spare time, Ty enjoys traveling, trying out new restaurants and learning new languages. He is currently learning Japanese!