Position:
Clinical Associate Professor
Division:
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
Research Summary:

Spasticity research involving application of ultrasound for chemodenervation, adjunctive therapy to botulinum toxin for spasticity management, casting as an adjunct to botulinum toxin for spasticity management, peri-operative use of botulinum toxin for spasticity management, research involving neuro-orthopedics in spasticity, neuropathic pain management, multiple sclerosis and gait.

 

Education:
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, certificate in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
GF Strong Rehabilitation Center, Consultant physician
Affiliations
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Fellow
GF Strong Rehabilitation Center, Consultant physician
UBC Multiple Sclerosis clinic, Consultant physician
Vancouver General Hospital, Consultant physician
Royal Columbian Hospital, Consultant physician
spinal cord clinic, Consultant physician
Canadian Advances in Neuro-orthopedics Spasticity Congress (CANOSC), Co-founder
Awards & Recognition:
  • Patricia Clugston Award for excellence in Teaching
  • Duncan Murray Teaching award for excellence in PMR teaching

 

  • Disability Health Research Network Grant
  • TEVA Grant
  • Allergan Educational Grant

I teach residents in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Geriatric medicine, Rheumatology and medical students from University of British Columbia on a weekly basis.