Assistant Clinical Professor
Respiratory Medicine
Research Interests:

Dr. Inkpen is a curious clinician and educator. His academic interests are teaching procedural pain management and diagnostic ultrasound through the spectrum of neuromusculoskeletal pathologies and disorders.

Research Summary:

His small group clinical practice involves diagnosis and procedural treatment of musculoskeletal and spinal injuries with his on-site physical therapist, running a busy EMG lab with his EMG technologist, and treating patients with regenerative medicine therapies (like BMAC and PRP) with his microbiologist.

Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists, Diplomate
Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement, Registered musculoskeletal sonographer
World Institution of Pain, Certified Interventional Pain Sonologist.
American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Neuromuscular ultrasound certification of qualification (NMUS CAQ), founder
Recent Publications:

Manual wheelchair skills capacity versus performance

Inkpen P., Parker K., Kirby RL.

Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012 Jun; 93 (6): 1009-13.

Royal College residency program resident and fellow elective/selective rotations: Procedural pain management, EMG, Neuromuscular ultrasound, and regenerative medicine.