Kurt Browning has been skating for as long as he can remember. As a four-time World Champion and four-time Canadian National Champion, Kurt hasn’t escaped injury. Through his career, Kurt’s long list of injuries include a fissure in his back, slipped disks, injuries in both knees, a dislocated shoulder and a number of sprained ankles – often while he was competing.
In the 1992 Olympics it was a back injury that kept Kurt from performing at his best. Soon after he started physiotherapy on a regular basis.
“I’ve worked harder because I wasn’t the Olympic champion at my professional career.”
At age 50, Kurt is still skating. “As I age I relish every second on the ice. I use physiotherapy as a way of making what I love last longer.”