Who are we?

Physiozone specializes in home training and rehabilitating services for golfers, athletes and seniors of Montreal. We are committed to providing high quality, individualized care to those who want to optimize their lifestyle.

Matthew Wener
Founder - Head Physiotherapist, M.Sc., pht

Matthew Wener graduated from McGill University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiology. In 2010, he completed his Masters in Physical Therapy at McGill. He is a recognized Physiotherapist and a member of the “Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec”.

Since graduating Matthew has continued to demonstrate an interest in Physical and Sports Medicine. Matthew has had the opportunity to work in a Sports Medicine clinics and Rehabilitation hospitals. His passion for sports and senior care had lead him to open Physiozone.

Matthew holds a certificate in Personal Training and Corrective Conditioning. Always to-date on new physiotherapy topics, he has professional training in Manual Therapy, Mckenzie approach to low back pain, golf specific rehabilitation, shoulder and knee dysfunction, and oncology.

Matthew’s involvement in the Test-retest reliability of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 2 (SCAT 2) for uninjured children and young adults has been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Br J Sports Med. 2013; 47

Away from his practice, you will find him running, swimming at the gym, and playing golf and cycling to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s.

Cory Wener, CATA
Athletic Therapist

Cory Wener graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Specializing in Athletic Therapy. He is a recognized Athletic Therapist and a member of the “Canadian Athletic Therapist Association”.

While completing his undergraduate degree, Cory had the opportunity to work at four different internship sites: the Dawson Blues (collegiate men’s hockey team), the Concordia Stingers (men’s university basketball team), the Perform Centre (private athletic therapy clinic at Concordia University), and the Vanier Cheetahs (collegiate football team).

During his internship Cory has gained the skills to help prevent injuries, care for on-field, sports injuries, and assessment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.

Cory was the recipient of the David H. Jones Memorial award which is handed out to students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the discipline of Athletic Therapy.

Cory’s internships have allowed him to train closely with athletes to insure they are able to perform at a high level. He has experience in providing them with various workout routines; making sure they use proper body mechanics and that they reach their fitness goals.

Throughout his experience Cory has been asked to be the sole therapist on various out-of-province sporting events. He’s been fortunate enough to travel to Helsinki (Finland) with the Dawson Blues, as well as St-Johns (Newfoundland), West Palm Beach (Florida), Waterloo, and Kingston (Ontario) with the Concordia Stingers.

In his free time, you can find him playing multiple sports, in the gym and training for Spartan Races.