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GIORGIO CAITERZI  OSTEOPATHIC PRACTITIONER

After finishing a degree in Physiotherapy, Giorgio Caiterzi worked with Fortitudo basketball Bologna in the first league championship, as well as the NBA Summer League in Orlando, Florida for the Detroit Pistons. He then obtained a degree in Osteopathy, where he later became the personal osteopath for the Rally Car Driver, Andrea Navarra. He worked with Navarra during his international competitions with Fiat Grande Punto Abarth and Subaru Impreza. Giorgio has worked with the Mountain Bike, BMX, Downhill and Trial teams of the Italian Off Road National Cycling Team since 2005, traveling internationally to compete in European races, world cups and world championships.

Giorgio is a taping instructor and has successfully completed his training as a teacher and instructor of the prestigious Korean Kinesiology Tape Association. He worked at the 2004 Olympic Winter Games in Turin, at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, at the 2012 London Olympics and at the 2014 European Olympic Games. In 2010 he started working with the Cesena soccer team, which was in the first league of the Italian championship. Since 2006 he has consulted and treated international athletes at his clinics in Italy. In 2015 he worked closely with the NBA athlete Carlos Delfino. With rehabilitation, he helped Delfino get back in the field and eventually go on to play the Olympic games in Rio 2016 with the National Argentinian team where he achieved impressive results.

In 2017, Giorgio moved to Canada where he became the head therapist of the National Canadian Women’s Volleyball Team at the Oval Olympic Center in Richmond. Thanks to his vast experience with professional athletes he has become an expert in posture correction and the problems and dysfunctions associated with alignment.

Giorgio currently divides his time working as an osteopath in the professional sports world and in private clinics in Victoria B.C. and Vancouver. He looks forward to welcoming you to his practice at Fix.

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