Dr. Celebrini is a sports and orthopedic physiotherapist at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He is and has been a therapist and consultant with a wide variety of national and professional teams in North America. Dr. Celebrini is currently the director of sports medicine and science for the Vancouver Whitecaps Football Club, consultant to the Vancouver Canucks and a co-founder and chief sport officer for Fortius Sport and Health, a fully integrated, multidisciplinary athlete development centre in Burnaby, BC, Canada. A former professional and national team soccer player, he has been a member of the core medical team at three Olympic games and has participated in the Pan-Am games as a soccer player. Dr. Celebrini was manager of medical services and the chief therapist for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. His research focus is in sports injury prevention.