Craig obtained his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Great Distinction) in 1999 while playing Huskie volleyball (’93-94) and Track and Field (‘94-01). He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (with Distinction) in 2002 at the University of Saskatchewan. Craig obtained his Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2007 and became a Fellow of the Canadian Association of Manual Therapists in the same year. Craig became a Certified Speed and Agility Coach through the NSPA in 2017. Craig received a Certification in Biomedical Dry Needling in 2020. From 2011-2019 Craig was a clinical teaching assistant with the College of Medicine and from 2010-2017 with the School of Physical Therapy at the University Of Saskatchewan.
Clinically, Craig has a special interest in orthopedic and sports injuries with a specific focus on injury prevention and rehabilitation of the overhead athlete as well as the use of speed training to improve performance.
On a personal level Craig lives in Saskatoon with his wife and 3 children. He is very involved in the Saskatoon minor sports community whether as a coach, parent volunteer, board member or providing physiotherapy treatment to athletes (and their family members) and conditioning for various players and sport teams.