Anthony Pinto Da Costa MScPT, BA (Kin)


About Anthony Pinto Da Costa

Anthony grew up in Georgetown, Ontario where he spent the majority of his time playing a variety of organized team sports. As a result, Anthony combined his love for sports and passion for helping others to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Anthony graduated with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 2019, following an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from Western University in 2017. During his time at Western, Anthony was selected to be the student athletic trainer for the men’s varsity basketball team. Through this experience, he developed a passion for orthopaedic and concussion rehabilitation, and has continued to advance his learning in this area of practice through enrolment in a number of post-graduate courses. Anthony’s evidence-informed treatment style consists of combining manual therapy, education, and most importantly, exercise prescription. He makes certain to take a holistic approach through examining the entire person and building a strong therapeutic alliance, in order to help all clients achieve their functional goals.

Outside of the clinic, Anthony continues to engage in a multitude of hobbies and extra-curricular activities, such as going to the gym, running, hiking, travelling, spending time with family and friends, and mentoring future physiotherapy students. With a wide breadth of unique experiences and interests, Anthony is able to connect and resonate with individuals from all walks of life and is more than happy to help others out in any way he can.

Post-Secondary Education

  • Queens University
    Masters of Science - Physical Therapy
  • Western University
    Bachelors of Arts - Kinesiology