Babs Aiyede graduated from the University of Waterloo with an honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology (1989). Since that time he has worked in the field of Pedorthics. He has earned accreditation as both a Certified Pedorthic Technician (2000) and a Certified Pedorthist (2007) from the College of Pedorthics of Canada. Babs is a member of both the College of Pedorthics of Canada and the Pedorthic Association of Canada.
In 1998, Babs worked and trained with a group of podiatrists and pedorthists in Adelaide, South Australia. This unique opportunity exposed him to a variety of techniques, approaches, and perspectives.
Babs’ particular areas of interests include lower limb biomechanics, orthotic therapy, running injuries, and shoe technology. He has presented seminars on these topics to a variety of health care professionals, athletic, and community groups in Toronto and South Australia. Babs is a regular guest lecturer at the University of Toronto School of Physical Therapy and with many local running groups in the Toronto area.
Babs favourite sport is hockey – he plays it, watches it and even coaches.
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