Olamide graduated from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2006. He worked at the hospital and also did home visits for 6 years before relocating to Canada in 2012. Ever since, he has worked in private clinics and also in Fraser Health as a Community Physiotherapist before settling in the private practice to focus on Musculoskeletal/Orthopaedic/Sports-related injuries. He has since taken further training such as the McKenzie method, Mulligan's, Dry Needling and post-graduate training from the USA.
He harnesses his experience and manual therapy skills with therapeutic exercise to manage his clients recovery. He endeavors to create a warm and friendly environment with his clients to make them feel comfortable and open which is key to optimizing treatment and improve outcomes.
He volunteered at the last BC Summer Games hosted in Abbotsford as well as other soccer events back in Nigeria. Olamide loves to watch and play soccer primarily but picking up interest in fitness, kickboxing, hockey, football, hiking, fishing…in a bid to embrace his new culture.