Cal was born and raised in London, England. During his mid-teens, he moved with his family to Nigeria. After 3 years, he settled in Kansas City, Missouri and went on to attend the University of Missouri – Columbia. In 2018, he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and continued his education there to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2021.
Cal has a high commitment to innovation and evidence-based rehabilitative practices that produce the best treatment outcomes. This dedication has led him to indulge in research opportunities where he has had the opportunity to present projects on a national stage, including the 2020 National Strength and Conditioning Association conference and the 2020 American Physical Therapy Associations Combined Sections Meeting where he was nominated for Best Orthopedics Poster award.
Cal enjoys working with athletes of all ages. Whether it is to prevent injury or help them return to sport and daily life, he makes sure every session is fun and productive. He has a special interest in working with lower extremity and cervical spine injuries.
In his spare time, Cal enjoys soccer, the outdoors, traveling, cooking, reading and exploring his creative side through multiple mediums.