Kirsten Fradgley

Dennis Larson, Mississauga

Dennis started at Taylor’d Ergo in March, 2021, while finishing his PhD studies at the University of Guelph. His area of research focuses on how fatigue and lift training influence movement control of the back and lower limbs (aka how people lose the ability to use “good” lifting techniques when their muscles get tired). He completed his undergraduate degree at Guelph as well, graduating in 2015. He has taught the ergonomics course at the university, which included facilitating field projects for the students. At Taylor’d Ergo, he is working regularly with clients in the food, cosmetics, distribution, office, and retail sectors.