Arri graduated a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010 from the University of Alberta. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology from the University of Victoria in 2007. Arri has completed his certificate in Medical Acupuncture from the AFCI. He has advanced his manual therapy skills by taking Level 2 Manual Therapy Lower from the Orthopaedic Division of Canada, Charlie Kelly’s manual mobilization of muscles course, Jim Meadows’ peripheral joint manipulation course and Mulligan upper extremity mobilization. He is taking additional advance manual therapy courses as well.
Arri grew up in small Northern Alberta town of Fairview where he played hockey, volleyball, golf, soccer, and squash. He has been involved in coaching volleyball and hockey and is hoping to get back into coaching soon.
Arri has travelled extensively across Canada, Australia,the Caribbean and soon to be Thailand and Southeast Asia. He plays recreational hockey, volleyball, squash, golf, has taken part in two adventure races in Edmonton and the Great Canadian Death Race.
Arri enjoys working with a variety of patients, from old to young, with a variety of conditions. He enjoys the challenge of developing a treatment plan to suit the individual needs of the patient and the resources available.