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The Rehab and Wellbeing Team at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto is composed of exceptional licenced professionals that deliver high-quality care.

Our team of licenced professionals is committed to delivering exceptional, high-quality care. They will work with you on an individualized plan to best suit your needs.

Our specialists have treated amateur, Olympic, and professional athletes including members of The Toronto Maple Leafs, The Toronto Blue Jays, The Toronto Raptors, as well as a number of other professional sports teams in Canada, the U.S. and overseas.

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Elysa Graci

Elysa Graci is our very own Certified Athletic Therapist who works out of the Mount Sinai Fitness Centre. She is a competitive long distance runner who has run the Boston Marathon twice and has a current personal best of 3 hours and 5 minutes. Other than that she enjoys swimming, strength training and yoga. An Athletic Therapist is trained to assess, treat, and prevent both chronic and acute athletic injuries. Elysa works one-on-one with patients by detecting muscle imbalances and by helping them strengthen specific muscles in order to reduce and get rid of their pain. Her customized strength programs are aimed at very gradually and progressively bringing a patient or client back to doing the activities they once enjoyed, pain-free. She works with people of all fitness levels from competitive runners to the hard-working hospital staff. Whether your goal is to become a faster runner, correct your posture, become less reliant on a cane or walker, or to just become a stronger individual, Elysa will help you get there. Elysa firmly believes that resistance exercise will permanently reduce musculoskeletal pain and prevent future injuries and that everyone at all ages and fitness levels should incorporate strength training in their lives.

Daniel Snider

Daniel completed his Bachelors of Kinesiology and Philosophy (2003) at the University of Western Ontario. In 2008, he graduated with Honours from Sheridan College with a Bachelors of Applied Health Science in Athletic Therapy. Daniel is currently studying at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.

Daniel uses a holistic approach to patient rehabilitation using a combination of manual therapy and customized exercise programs. His treatment skills include myofascial techniques, craniosacral, muscle energy, strain-counter-strain, and visceral treatment. Daniel does all forms of athletic taping including kinesio-taping. He has been a long-time provider for custom knee braces and OTC brace and rehab products. Daniel works with patients of all ages and fitness backgrounds for treatments including protocols for pre-op and post-op orthopaedic surgeries.

Daniel is proud to be the team Athletic Therapist for the York Simcoe Express Bantam Hockey Team. He also currently works with Toronto Skillz Soccer Academy and S.A.A.C. Soccer. Daniel has provided medical coverage for Oakville Soccer Club, OWHA Hockey, Skate Canada, Burlington Braves and Stampeders Football as well as Phil Esposito Fantasy Hockey Camp, Johnson & Johnson International Cup Hockey Tournament, and Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Championship.

Dr. Aksa Ahmed

Dr. Aksa Ahmed is a Chiropractor at The Rebecca MacDonald Centre for Arthritis & Autoimmune Disease and the Research Coordinator for the University of Toronto’s Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Study at Mount Sinai Hospital. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree with Honours at the University of Toronto, specializing in Biochemistry and Human Biology, and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with Clinic Honours in 2015. Dr. Ahmed is a diversified practitioner and is also certified in Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University.

Dr. Ahmed is passionate about leading a healthy and active lifestyle. She is strongly committed to providing exceptional patient-centered, high quality healthcare using a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach. Dr. Ahmed keeps up-to-date with current literature and incorporates evidence-based chiropractic care in her practice.

Dr. Carlo Ammendolia

Dr. Carlo Ammendolia is the Director of the Chiropractic Spine Clinic and the Spinal Stenosis Program at the Rebecca MacDonald Centre for Arthritis and Autoimmune Diseases. He is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, the Department of Surgery and the Institute of Medical Sciences at the University of Toronto. He is a Faculty member of the University of Toronto Spine Program and The Collaborative Program in Musculoskeletal Sciences and an Adjunct Scientist at the Institute for Work and Health. In 2012, Dr. Ammendolia was recipient of the Professorship in Spine Award from the Department of Surgery in the Faculty of Medicine. He has been in clinical practice for over 30 years and now combines clinical practice, teaching and research in the area of non-operative treatment of mechanical, degenerative and inflammatory spinal disorders with a special interest in degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis.

Dr. Ammendolia is the author of more than 35 peer-review papers, reviews and book chapters and has been the recipient of the “Chiropractor of the Year” in 2015 for outstanding contribution to the profession from the Ontario Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Davor Cepo

Dr. Cepo, a graduate of McMaster University and New York Chiropractic College, is a consultant at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Rehab and Wellbeing Centre. He integrates his unique experiences as a former Olympic and Canadian National soccer team member to assist individuals and athletes of various abilities with their injury recovery and performance goals. Dr. Cepo has worked with world class athletes internationally at the World Track and Field Championships in Budapest 2004, and with professionals in NHL, CFL, MLS, and Toronto’s dance, theatre and film industries. He is a Rehab Specialty Fellowship candidate and is a clinical instructor for the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University.

Dr. Melissa Givelos

Dr. Givelos completed her Bachelor of Science degree with Honours at the University of Toronto, specializing in Human Biology, and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with Honours in 2010. As a Functional Integrative Therapy provider, Dr. Givelos combines the various skills attained through her education and experience. As a chiropractor, A.R.T. and medical acupuncture provider, she has treated various athletes at a varsity and a professional level. She uses the F.I.T. approach with the goal of increasing function and reducing pain of her patients, who may need help with their sport or general activities of daily living. Dr. Givelos is currently an Instructor-In-Training with the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University.

Dr. Evelyn Lock

Dr. Evelyn Lock is a Chiropractor and Kinesiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Rehab & Wellbeing Centre. She is a certified Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Provider (McMaster University). Her practice is a reflection of her background in competitive sports (swimming and dance), Brain Injury & Neurological Rehabilitation, and years of working in a busy Orthodontic office. She has a special clinical focus on the treatment of Sports Injuries, Chronic Pain, Neurological Disorders, and Craniofacial / Jaw Pain.

Dr. Lock’s drive for patient-centred care is inspired by her patients: from recreational to professional athletes, to those that have endured disabling injuries, to those that need to be healthy to provide for their families, students, or community, those injured in combat or in post- surgical pain, to those that want to learn to better move, breathe, sleep, and be healthier.

Recognizing that each person has unique needs and concerns, Dr. Lock creates a specific and personalized treatment plan to meet the individualized goals of each patient. She applies varied techniques to help patients return to functional goals including neuro-functional approaches, acupuncture, manual therapy, corrective exercise prescription, movement therapy, sensory/tactile discrimination, habituation, breathing control, and lifestyle changes.

Dr. Lock is the Head of the Musculoskeletal Division with Bridge to Health | Medical and Dental. This organization brings a mutli-disciplinary health care team to East Africa to work with on-the-ground NGOs to provide sustainable health care programs, clinical and public health education, and patient care to over 10,000 patients during each outreach brigade. Having experienced how well an integrated health team can service patients abroad, Dr. Lock is committed to working in collaboration with her patients, and their health care practitioners to together meet patient goals here at home.

Dr. Michael Prebeg

Dr. Michael Prebeg is a chiropractor who specializes in the treatment of sports injuries. Through the combination of Active Release Techniques (ART) and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, and joint manipulation he has helped athletes of all levels with injury recovery and in performance enhancement and is currently a consultant with many Olympic and professional athletes (MLBA, NHL, NFL, CFL). He has covered the World Track and Field Championships in Edmonton 2001, and Paris 2003, Goodwill Games 2001, World Cup of Track and Field 2002, US National Championships outdoor and indoor 2002, 2003, NCAA Track and Field Championships 2003, and the World Basketball Championships. He is a Senior Instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University and is the Treasurer of the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association.

Annette Broderick Colombo

Annette is a Registered Massage Therapist and active member of the Ontario Massage Therapist Association. She is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto. Annette focuses on relieving pain, discomfort and decreasing tension by taking the time to assess the needs, objectives and specific concerns of her clients. She integrates traditional Swedish massage with trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, joint mobilizations and advanced myofascial release techniques for repetitive strain injuries, compression syndromes and soft tissue trauma.

Annette has experience working with clients with sports injuries, pregnancy related discomforts, fibromyalgia, overuse injuries, post cancer surgery and a variety of other musculoskeletal disorders.

Lydia Giammartino

Lydia is a Registered Massage therapist who graduated at the top of her class from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Prior to becoming a massage therapist Lydia completed a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and a Masters degree in Medical Sciences. She has been working in the healthcare field for over eleven years in various capacities, including being a paramedic and an assistant to doctors in the field of chronic pain management.

Lydia’s approach to massage therapy is to assess and identify the possible root causes of pain and discomfort and then treat them using various techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and joint mobilizations. She caters the choice of technique to the individual based on their needs and specific treatment goals.

Jennifer Beasley

Jennifer is a Registered Massage Therapist. She graduated from the Massage Therapy Diploma program at Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic, having previously obtained an honours B.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Toronto.

Jennifer has successfully treated a broad range of patients and conditions: from long-haul truck drivers who have dense back fascia and short hip flexors, to neurosurgeons who experience tension from using machinery with precise repetitive motions, those with computer desk jobs who suffer from Carpal Tunnel or Thoracic Outlet symptoms, weekend warriors recovering from sports injuries, and those whose life stress is manifesting in physical terms.

In addition to musculoskeletal disorders, Jennifer has specific massage training related to high risk pregnancy, scar mobilization post breast surgery, central nervous system disorders such as Parkinson’s and strokes, and providing relief to those undergoing medical treatment for malignancies.

Dr. Tim Dwyer

Based at Women’s College Hospital with a cross appointment at Mt Sinai Hospital, Dr. Tim Dwyer’s surgical practice encompasses open and arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, hip and ankle. His knee surgery focus is on primary (hamstring and BPTB) and revision ACL reconstruction, the management of cartilage and meniscal lesions, disorders of the patellofemoral joint, as well as other ligament reconstruction about the knee. His shoulder practice encompasses all complex shoulder pathology, including shoulder instability and rotator cuff pathology, including the surgical treatment of massive rotator cuff tears. Dr. Dwyer performs hip arthroscopy for labral tears and CAM impingement, as well as ankle arthroscopy for OCD and chondral injuries of the talus.

Dr. Tim Dwyer’s primary research focus is on the assessment of surgical competence, which is the basis of his PhD thesis at IMS. He designs and validates assessment methods, aimed to establish a minimal level of competence in both residents and fellows. This research occurs within the setting of Competency-Based Medical Education, a medical training model that was developed and established by the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Dwyer’s other main focus is assessing competence in the performance of technical procedures. Much of this work occurs outside of the operating room, at WCH’s state-of-the-art arthroscopic simulation laboratory. Dr Dwyer’s research develops novel surgical simulation models for both sports medicine and other subspecialties, allowing trainees to both acquire and demonstrate the ability to perform complex technical procedures, prior to performance in the operating room.

Tim also performs research in sports medicine, especially in regards to knee and shoulder surgery. He is involved in clinical trials for massive rotator cuff defects, shoulder instability and ACL reconstruction, as well as shoulder and knee osteoarthritis. He also supervises basic science projects that focus on complex shoulder instability, and the reliability of measurement as it pertains to clinical practice.

Dr. Tim Dwyer is the team orthopedic surgeon for the Toronto Football Club (TFC).

Dr. John Theodoropoulos

Dr. John Theodoropoulos earned his Medical Degree at Queen's University and completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at McGill University. He completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Illinois Chicago and completed his Masters of Science in Cartilage Regeneration at the University of Toronto. Dr. Theodoropoulos is currently an Assistant Professor of the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto.

He is the Director of the Dovigi Orthopedic Sport Medicine Institure (DOSMI), a non-profit institute dedicated to the treatment, prevention and research of sport related injuries. He is also clinical head of University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Program (UTOSM) and Director of the Fellowship Program mentoring 8 National and International Fellows annually.

As a distinguished and invited speaker, presenter and lecturer, he has contributed locally, provincially and nationally at meetings and conferences on topics such as ACL reconstruction, cartilage repair and tissue engineering and arthroscopic shoulder repair.

Dr. Theodoropoulos is the Head Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Blue Jays. He also consults for many local amateur and professional athletes and was part of the medical team at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Hockey Tournament.

Katrina Dekirmendjian

Katrina Dekirmendjian is a Canadian Certified Physician Assistant. She graduated from the Consortium of Physician Assistant Education at the University of Toronto. Prior to this professional program, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Park University in Chicago, IL with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Following, Katrina completed a year-long Athletic Training Residency program with the Orthopaedic Teaching and Research Foundation in Chicago, IL. She served as a physician extender and surgical assist to a Sports Medicine Physician and Orthopaedic Surgeon. During this training she became certified as an Orthopaedic Technologist specializing in the fitting and application of immobilization devices.

Katrina’s passion for health and wellness developed at a young age participating in multiple sports. During her undergraduate degree, she was the captain of her women’s collegiate NCAA soccer team. Her goal was to pursue a career that promoted healthy living through physical activity.

As a Physician Assistant with a focus in Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery, Katrina specializes in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. She is also a surgical first assist to the Orthopaedic Surgeons affiliated with the Rehab and Wellbeing Centre. Her passion is to provide patient-centered care to return patients to the activities they love.

Donna Bielawski

Donna holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario. Her clinical experience includes many years in Outpatient Orthopaedics in the Rehabilitation Department and also in the Wasser Pain Management Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Donna has a special interest in head and neck disorders particularly disorders of the temporomandibular (TMJ) or jaw joint/muscles. She completed a Master of Science from the Faculty of Dentistry Department from the University of Toronto in 2009. She focuses on manual therapy techniques and exercise based strategies in the treatment of these disorders. She is a registered member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario (CPO) and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). Donna is dedicated to ongoing professional development and continually pursues continuing education course/conferences and current research to improve her knowledge base.

Adriana Biernat

Adriana graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY in 2008. To date, she has completed continuing education courses with the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute and has finished her Manual Therapy Level 3's with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopeadic Division. Adriana has training in anatomical acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada.

Outside of work hours she has been an integral part of a few medical coverage teams, recently being the 2015 Pan Am games. Adriana has also volunteered for Skate Canada medical coverage team for the International Figure Skating Championships in 2011 and the World Figure Skating Championships in 2013. Adriana has worked with the London Beefeater football team, providing medical coverage during the games. She has coached and trained high school volleyball, soccer and track teams. She has been involved with running pool specific therapy programs for clients of all ages and has worked with sports teams by using specific plyometric training.

Adriana enjoys working with clients and athletes with various levels of function and skill sets by providing manual therapy with the combination of exercise prescription to help achieve the best return to health. She hopes to advance her practice by continuing to partake in continuing educational courses.

Desmond Fung

Desmond holds a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto, which he earned following his Bachelor of Science with Honors from McMaster University. At the University of Toronto, he was awarded with the Physiotherapy of Canada Research Award for outstanding research in the field of physical therapy. His research was presented at the Ontario Physiotherapy Association Conference (2009) and at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress (2009). Desmond is also certified in medical acupuncture from McMaster University. In addition, he is also a Functional Movement System (FMS) Certified professional. He has taken numerous continuing education courses expanding his evidence-based techniques to efficiently treat his clients, helping them regain optimal health.

He has treated a wide range of clients, ranging from general orthopedic and neurological patients to OFSAA, CIS, NCAA and Team Canada athletes. Despite what your goal is, Desmond will help you achieve it through optimal, evidence-based therapy.

Joelle Karam

Joelle Karam graduated with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Prior to her Masters she received an Honours Degree in the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program from McMaster University. Further, she is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Neurofunctional Sports Performance Practitioner. Joelle holds an executive position in the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association and in the Ontario Section of the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA.

Joelle's passion lies in helping individuals regain and pursue an active and healthy lifestyle. Through extensive continuing education and experience she can offer a combination of treatment techniques to assist individuals in meeting their goals. She specializes in core stability training, medical acupuncture, manual therapy and functional strength training. She believes that the human body is complex and each individual is unique. Goals for treatment are tailored to the person, functional based and aims to optimize the body to work at its maximum potential.

Joelle leads an active lifestyle and has a strong interest in nutrition. She truly believes that overall health and wellness requires a balance of all aspects of life, from the inside out.

Shabdit Shah
  • Registered Physiotherapist
  • Manual Therapy (Level 2 Candidate)
  • Sport & Kinesio-Taping Certification

Shab grew up playing every sport imaginable, and through various injuries in his youth was exposed to physiotherapy from a young age. It was only fitting then that after completing his Honours Kinesiology degree from the University of Waterloo he chose to pursue a career in Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto.

Shab’s clinical experience spans across the physiotherapy spectrum with placements in the cardiovascular intensive care unit, working in outpatient orthopaedics and completing his Master’s degree working in the field of vestibular rehabilitation at the Hertz Multidisciplinary Neurotology clinic at Toronto General Hospital.

In addition to his schooling, Shab has obtained his sport and k-taping certification and has completed level 1 of the FCAMPT certification process. Armed with the latest research and education, he is planning to continue his learning through completing courses in medical acupuncture and vestibular rehabilitation.

In his spare time, Shab loves to stay active. He is an avid baseball and volleyball player, and is also a travel-junkie – he’s visited 10 different countries over a span of 5 years, with highlights being a 5 day trek through the Andes and camping in the Swiss Alps.

Marni Pepper

Marni Pepper is a physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Toronto with honours in 1998. She has over 20 years’ experience in the assessment and treatment of orthopedic injuries and issues in a variety of settings.

Marni has extensive post graduate experience in manual and exercise prescription in a variety of post-operative and acute injuries. She has a particular interest in the diagnosis and treatment of soccer injuries, post ACL and meniscal repairs. She gained this experience in part while working at the Canadian Knee Institute for 10 years in close association with orthopedic surgeons.

Further experience includes working in the homecare setting in the treatment of conditions such as post-operative joint replacement and elderly issues. Experience also includes “Executive Health” at Cleveland Clinic Canada and “Inmate Physiotherapy Services” at the Don Jail.

She has extensive orthopedic “Paediatric Experience” while working at Boomerang Health powered by Sick Kids Hospital for 4 years. She was a contributing author in ‘Serious Strength Training’ published in 1998.

Marni’s approach to physiotherapy involves an active, evidence based approach that may involve manual, exercise prescription, modalities and prevention education.

Marni works at our Vaughan location, located in Sherman Health & Wellness Centre

Glenn Copeland

Glenn H. Copeland is one of North America’s leading Podiatrists in active practice for more than 35 years. He has worked with Mount Sinai’s Sports Clinic for more than 25 years and is currently the Medical Director for the Rehab and Wellbeing Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. He is a bestselling author and has published 5 books in 12 languages including “The Foot Doctor”. He has worked extensively with many professional athletes including Major League Baseball players and has been the Podiatrist for the Toronto Blue Jays since 1979. Glenn has founded and served as Chief Executive Officer for many successful companies including: Feet First (1982 – 1989), Footmaxx International where he also sat on the Board as Chairman (1991 -2000) and Cleveland Clinic Canada (2004 to 2008). Currently he is the consulting Podiatrist and Strategic Advisor to the award winning Canyon Ranch Health Resort (Since 2007).

Timothy Poon

Timothy Poon is a trained singer and speech language pathologist (SLP) specializing in the assessment and treatment of the human voice. For more than a decade he has vocally cared for a diverse group of people including teachers, business people, lawyers, religious leaders, reporters, professional comedians, singers and actors, some of whom have appeared on national television and the Broadway stage.

Timothy received both his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (with Honour Standing) and his Master of Health Science from the University of Toronto. He is a member of the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). His diverse educational background enables him to comfortably draw upon techniques from the singing studio as well as evidence-based therapies from the speech language pathology lab, resulting in therapy that combines the best elements of art and science, tailored for the individual.

Timothy remains active musically. In 2012 he co-founded the progressive bluegrass group Among What Rushes.

Elizabeth Roberts

Elizabeth Roberts is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). She completed her Masters of Health Science in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Toronto and holds a BSc. (Honours) in Biopharmaceutical Science from the University of Ottawa.

Throughout the course of her career, Elizabeth has gained practical experience in both hospital and clinical rehabilitation settings where she has provided adult-focused assessment and intervention in the areas of voice, fluency, accent modification, neurogenic speech and language and social communication.

Elizabeth is a firm believer that collaboration is the key to client success. She enjoys working closely with her clients and their health care providers to develop functional goals and individualized therapy plans. She continually strives to create a safe, inclusive environment where clients feel comfortable and empowered.

Dr. David Lawrence

Dr. David Lawrence is a sports and exercise medicine physician and rural emergency physician. He completed his medical school, family and community medicine residency, and sports & exercise medicine fellowship at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Lawrence is recognized under the Ministry of Health and Longterm Care as a GP Focused Practitioner in Sports Medicine. He is currently completing a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Dr. Lawrence hold’s hospital privileges at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (University Health Network) and Haliburton Highlands Health Services: Hospital (Haliburton, Ontario).

Dr. Lawrence has clinical experience working with athletes of all ages and levels of experience. Dr. Lawrence has worked with many elite and professional athletes and has volunteered at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games, and the 2013 FISU Winter Games (Kazan, Russia).

He is also the Lead Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician for the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto WolfPack RLFC.

Dr. Fahim Merali

Dr. Fahim Merali is a family physician from Toronto who completed his MSc in Global Health and MD at McMaster University, followed by a Family Medicine Residency and Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Toronto. He earned his Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2017.

Dr. Merali specializes in assessment and non-operative treatment of acute (e.g. Sprains, fractures) and chronic (e.g. osteoarthritis, overuse injuries) musculoskeletal conditions. He sees individuals of all ages, including children. He can provide interventional pain management procedures such a nerve blocks, hyaluronic acid injection and regenerative techniques such as PRP and stem cells for certain indications. Dr. Merali also works with a wide range of both elite and amateur athletes. He currently travels internationally with the Canadian Junior National Men’s Basketball Team, while he has provided preseason and event coverage for organizations such as Raptors 905, Toronto Football Club, National Ballet of Canada, Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Skate Canada, Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) Beach World Tour, Canadian National Wheelchair Basketball and multiple University of Toronto varsity teams. His special interests include promoting exercise for prevention and treatment of chronic disease.

When he is not working, he enjoys cooking and playing basketball and squash.

Adam Chen

One of Canada’s leading acupuncture specialists, Adam Chen is the founder of the acupuncture clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Chen’s clinical work focuses on pain management and women’s health issues and has been frequently called upon by government agencies to provide expertise on Traditional Chinese Medicine. His pioneer work of introducing acupuncture into Canadian hospitals has been featured in variety of media outlets.

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