Greg Bay


Greg is a sports physiotherapist and the creator of the CORESHORTS™  technology – Core Activation System. He has been active in teaching and mentorship and is always looking for a better way to enhance movement, injury recovery and prevention. He has worked in private practice for over 30 years and travelled the world representing Canada with the National Men’s Soccer Team. A career highlite was being selected as the head therapist and Rehab manager at Whistler for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Greg continues to see clients with CBI Health as well as working on further innovations that bridge the gap between injury and functional recovery while optimizing performance. His passion and leadership make every day exciting with endless possibilities.

When he is not driving people crazy with ideas he can be found spending time with his wife – Jennifer and two girls – Bella and Kaite.

Claude Gagnon


Claude brings his extensive hockey background both as a player (12 professional years) and as a top sales representative for a leading hockey manufacturer to the CORETECTION Team. His hard work on and off the ice has gained the respect and trust of therapists and equipment managers in dressing rooms across North America.

Claude has been in the equipment industry for 16 years with both hockey and sports apparel companies. He is a proven leader in sales and has experience in working with professional teams and the retail industry in Canada, United States and Europe.

Claude will be the team captain in building a sales force to ensure that CORETECTION products will be available for everyone everywhere.

Ed Georgica


Ed Georgica began his 23 year career in professional sports with the BC Lions back in 1980. After the Grey Cup win in 1985, Georgica moved into hockey as the Equipment Assistant with the Vancouver Canucks for six years and then to the Ottawa Senators for their inaugural year as the Head Equipment Manager where he contributed in this role for over 10 years. 

On the international stage, Georgica worked for Team Canada at the 1993 and 1996 World Championships resulting in a silver medal win. He was then selected to represent the world team in the 2000 NHL All Star game in Toronto. 

Georgica served four years on the executive board for the Society for Professional Hockey Equipment Managers (SPHEM), with one year in the role of President. In 2001, Georgica was the recipient of the Larry Ashley Award presented to the trainer that best exemplifies the character and commitment to excellence displayed by Ashley throughout his career. Currently Georgica is Head Equipment, Logistic & Facilities Manager for Vancouver Whitecaps FC of the MLS.