My Journey Through Sports Medicine

Hey, my name is David Griffiths, a Dad of four kids, an entrepreneur, and I have a doctorate degree in physiotherapy.

In my over 10 years in the sports medicine industry, I’ve seen all types of athletes with all different ranges of injuries from necks, to ankles and everything in between.

But early on in my career, I noticed something… My patients kept coming back to me with the same injuries, it seemed the second I stopped treating them they were right back through the door, injured again. This wasn’t right, something had to change.

I realized that physiotherapy goes beyond fixing the issue and relieving pain, that is only half the battle. Once the issue is resolved you need to teach the athlete how to move their body in ways that aren’t going to injure them again while still maintaining the performance they were used to.

Now my treatments go beyond just solving a problem. At Griffiths Performance Physiotherapy we teach you how to move in ways that don’t damage your body.

Now, all of my athletes come to me telling me how they remembered what I taught them through their recovery and they avoided a repeat injury while still playing at their highest level.

That’s when I knew I was onto something.

Come to Griffiths Performance Physiotherapy and experience the difference, get that confidence back in your body, get that control back. It’s a whole new world once you do!

Some Of My Qualifications

B. Kin. (Hons.) from Brock University

CSAC from Athletes Acceleration

(DPT) from D’Youville College

13 Years of Clinical Training Experience

7 Years of Post-Secondary Education

2,450+ Patients Helped

Who We Are

David Griffiths

Outside of the clinic, I am a HUGE Toronto Blue Jays fan! I also really enjoy baseball overall, as well as basketball and lacrosse.

When it comes time to kick back and relax, you can find Amanda and me in Cuba. We got married there, and has been our favourite spot for years.  

Amanda Griffiths

I have a small business diploma from Niagara college, and several years of business management experience.    

When I am not at the clinic, I enjoy simply being active and being outside with David. We have four kids, aged 18, 14, 12, and 1. They make sure we stay busy, and they are also a huge motivation for us. They are why we work so hard!

Besides Cuba, we also enjoyed travelling to California, and one of my passions is amateur photography. I help out with a lot of local events across the Niagara Region.


I have a Bachelor of Sport Management from Brock University, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Event Management from Niagara College. Since relocating to the Niagara Region in 2003 from Eastern Ontario, I've accumulated many years of management experience, and have a proficiency for organization.

I am married, and my husband and I have a six year old daughter, and a four year old son. Outside the clinic, I enjoy spending as much time with them as I can! I am a dedicated volunteer, and offer my time to help run the Breakfast Club Program at my children's school. 


I am a Registered Athletic Therapist with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. I have my Athletic Therapy Degree from Sheridan College and I am currently registered in the Physiotherapy program at D’Youville College.

As an Athletic Therapist, my expertise is in injury assessment and rehabilitation. Athletic therapists adhere to the Sports Medicine Model of care. An Athletic Therapist's goal is to help clients return to their usual activities, whether that means playing competitive sports or walking to the mailbox and back.

I am very athletic himself. I played soccer and I am an avid boxer. I love watching MMA or really any combat sports! I am extremely enthusiastic and love life!

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