MPT, BKin, CAFCI
"Relentlessly making people move
and feel better"
Aaron Dobie was born and raised in Vancouver, BC. He stayed close to home throughout his bachelor's and master's degrees because he couldn't find a better place to fulfill his passion for the outdoors. He grew up playing all sports and cemented his love for bikes at the age of 14. He started racing mountain bikes when he was 16, advanced through the various divisions, entered the pro/elite field at 19 and is now part of a multi-sponsored national team.
Aaron's commitment to fitness and health promotion began during his undergraduate degree, particularly when he started personal training. Not satisfied with his ability to rehabilitate client's injuries, he entered the Physical Therapy program at UBC in 2014. His goal was to be able to treat client's injuries and increase their fitness at the same time, thus combining his Physiotherapy and Strength & Conditioning skills. Aaron's practice focuses mainly on manual therapy, exercise prescription and patient education. He has additional training in Acupuncture/Dry Needling (CAFCI), Concussion Management and Bike Fitting (Retul) as he thought these were quite valuable tools for his toolkit.
Aaron has on-field sport experience working with the UBC Men's Varsity Rugby team, Canada's Freestyle Skiing team and various professional cycling teams. For the 2020 and 2021 seasons, Aaron travelled on the UCI World Cup downhill mountain bike circuit as a team Physiotherapist. Aaron switched disciplines in 2022 and worked at the Enduro World Series with Ibis Cycles.