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Oct'17

Calvin Wong

Calvin graduated with his Bachelors of Kinesiology from McMaster University in 2008. During his time at McMaster, Calvin worked with various varsity teams including tennis, squash, badminton and volleyball providing field-side coverage for practices, games and tournaments. He went on to pursue his physical therapy degree, and in 2010 Calvin graduated with his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario. Since graduating, Calvin decided to cultivate his skills in orthopedic practice and has pursued post-graduate training with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, Gunn IMS, and the Upledger Institute for CranioSacral techniques. Calvin is also currently completing his Graduate Certificate in Manual Therapy at the University of British Columbia. In 2013, Calvin took the Discover Physio Series with Diane Lee and LJ Lee and was introduced to the Integrated Systems Model (ISM). Since 2013, Calvin has had the privilege of learning with his peers and mentors at …

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Feb'15

Miwako Ishii

Miwako Ishii graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan College in 1994 and started her professional career as a physiotherapist at Eisei clinic in Tokyo. She worked in the field of orthopedics for 10 years, mostly patients with spinal disorders. She put her energy into researching 3D motion analysis of those patients and in 2005 received a master’s degree in Health Science from International University of Health and Welfare in Japan. She noticed that many of her female patients with lumobpelvic pain  also experienced urinary leakage, pelvic organ prolapse and/or constipation. Her journey and interest in women’s health care started from there. In order to further her career, Miwako moved to PhysioCenter, and in 2009 she founded Physiolink, a private practice, in Tokyo. She has completed the Series of the Integrated Systems Model approach, vascular drainage technique (DVTM by Jack de Mica) and visceral manipulation (VM1-4 with Barral Institute). Miwako enjoys assisting and encouraging people and …

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Feb'15

Cathy Rogers

Cathy received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of British Columbia in 2000. As a member of the varsity women’s volleyball team at UBC during those years she was first exposed to physiotherapy and it’s positive impact on her own personal athletic career. Following graduation from UBC, she went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy degree from the University of Toronto, graduating in 2003. Since graduation, Cathy has worked exclusively in private practice. She spent many years working extensively as a senior physiotherapist as part of an interdisciplinary pain management program working to empower patients with complex chronic pain issues to learn to better manage their symptoms and thereby improve their quality of life. Cathy moved on to join the team at Diane Lee & Associates in 2009. Cathy has had extensive post-graduate training in the areas of chronic pain and orthopaedics. She obtained …

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