New Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Specialist Curriculum:
Important Message from Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco


McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Gray Line



We are an innovative Continuing Medical Education Program affiliated with the Department of Anaesthesia at McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Our group consists of a number of very successful practitioners and educators from the medical, chiropractic and physiotherapy professions. Our goal is to provide effective training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (Neurofunctional Acupuncture, Electroacupuncture) to selected health care professionals through high quality accelerated programs.

Instructors and Lecturers
The principle lecturer is Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco. In addition, the program has a group of over twenty-five senior instructors and lecturers, all of whom are licensed health care professionals and graduates of the McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program and the McMaster Medical Acupuncture Instructor Training Program.

Instructors and Lecturers In Alphabetical Order
Dr. Andrea Nalborczyk, DC
Dr. Anthony Magliocco, DC
Dr. Brenda Donaldson, MD
Dr. Chris Klachan, DC
Dr. Christina Voldner, DC
Mr. Christopher O’Connor, Osteo/RMT
Dr. Dan Wunderlich, DAc/LMT/NY
Mr. Daniel Agostinelli, PT
Dr. David O’Connor, DC
Dr. David Salanki, DC
Dr. Davor Cepo, DC
Ms. Diana Hatzoglou, PT
Mr. Eric Lau, PT
Dr. Ernie Bagnulo, DC
Dr. Gil Chimes, DC
Ms. Heather MacKay, PT
Mr. Hussein Karim, PT
Dr. Jim Mylonas, DC
Ms. Joanna Speller, PT
Dr. Katherine Hood, DC
Dr. Kevin Deonarine, DC
Dr. Lorenzo Gonzalez, DPT
Dr. Mahmoud Zaerian, DC
Dr. Matt McGrath
Dr. Melissa Givelos, DC
Mr. Michael Hofstatter, PT
Dr. Michael Prebeg, DC
Dr. Pradeep Kumar, MD
Dr. Ravinderpal Singh Ohson, MD
Dr. Rick Leach, MD
Dr. Ryan Davidson, DC

Dr. Andrea Nalborczyk, DCDr. Andrea Nalborczyk, DC
Originally trained as a massage therapist, Dr. Andrea Nalborczyk completed her chiropractic training at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2003. Andrea holds licenses in both Canada and Australia, and has worked in industry as an occupational injury management consultant as well as in private practice. Andrea takes a functional approach to her treatments, utilizing a combination of joint manipulation, medical acupuncture, and soft tissue therapy in order to restore proper movement and function. She is currently the director of Oak Park Wellness Centre and is an instructor in the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. – Return to Top

Dr. Anthony Magliocco, DCDr. Anthony Magliocco, DC
Dr. Magliocco constantly strives to improve his knowledge in the fields of chiropractic, acupuncture and rehab sciences. Dr. Magliocco has a special interest in acupuncture being part of the faculty of the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course at McMaster University. He has been an instructor for over 8 years teaching other health professionals a modern approach to acupuncture. Dr. Magliocco has worked with and helped numerous athletic associations, including the Hamilton Tiger Cat CFL team, the McMaster University Football Team, and the Hamilton Round the Bay Road Race. – Return to Top

Dr. Brenda Donaldson, MDDr. Brenda Donaldson, MD
Over the past 10 years, Dr. Brenda S. Donaldson, M.D. developed an innovative manual medicine practice. This practice uses neurofunctional acupuncture techniques and manual soft tissue conditioning techniques to treat musculoskeletal disorders and chronic pain. Dr. Donaldson’s goal in treatment therapy is to establish for her patients a better quality of life by increasing movement and functionality in their daily living. Dr. Donaldson is a senior instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University. She is board-certified in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine and Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Donaldson practices in the greater Detroit, Michigan USA area. – Return to Top

Dr. Chris Klachan, DCDr. Chris Klachan, DC
Dr. Chris Klachan graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2003 with an honours degree in Kinesiology, specializing in ergonomics. Prior to becoming a chiropractor through the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, he focused his efforts as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in progressing performance and function through exercise prescription.
As a therapist, Chris administers a functional approach including orthopaedic and biomechanical assessments to understand his patients’ needs. Driven by the assessment, a blend of neurofunctional acupuncture, Active Release Technique, fascial abrasion, kinesiology taping, and joint mobilization is used to treat both athletic and non-athletic injuries. Chris has worked with a spectrum of individuals from a variety of recreational athletes to dancers from The National Ballet, Olympic track and field athletes and professional hockey players. – Return to Top

Dr. Christina Voldner, DCDr. Christina Voldner, DC
Dr. Christina Voldner is a Chiropractor and ART Provider. She graduated from the University of Guelph with an honours degree in Human Kinetics and from there went to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, graduating in 2006. She uses a variety of techniques in practice, including Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, soft tissue release, kinesiotaping, fascial abrasion and joint manipulation. In addition to dealing with injuries, Christina enjoys optimizing function and performance in athletes of all levels and has been the team trainer and chiropractor for the Toronto Jr A Canadiens hockey team from 2009 to present. Christina is currently an instructor with the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. – Return to Top

Mr. Christopher O'ConnorMr. Christopher O’Connor, Osteopath, RMT
Chris O’Connor is a Registered Massage Therapist-1998, Canadian trained Osteopath-2006 as well as a provider and instructor of Contemporary Medical Acupuncture-2006. He has served as chair of the Membership Benefits Committee for the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association since 2009. Mr. O’Connor maintains a private practice through the Homewood Health Centre, a hospital for the treatment of addictions and behavioral disorders, in Guelph Ontario. – Return to Top

Dr. Dan Wunderlich, DAc, LMTDr. Dan Wunderlich, DAc, LMT
Dan Wunderlich is Founder and Clinic Director of Integrative Acupuncture & Bodywork in New York City, a holistic medical practice offering a unique blend of eastern and western approaches to treat orthopedic dysfunctions and internal medicine imbalances. In his practice, he integrates a wide variety of functional therapeutic modalities such as contemporary acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and Tui Na (a form of corrective soft-tissue therapy).
Dan is a Clinical Preceptor in the Contemporary Acupuncture Program at McMaster University, a comprehensive, clinically-oriented training program which focuses on the integration of acupuncture and modern neurophysiological and neuroanatomical concepts. He has been part of an elite team of instructors selected to train U.S. Military doctors in the application of contemporary acupuncture methods used to treat wounded soldiers. He is also an Instructor of Zheng Gu Tui Na, a complete system of Chinese medical massage integrating soft-tissue therapies and bone mobilizations.

Over the past four years, Dan has lead several teams of volunteer practitioners on humanitarian aid projects delivering free, high quality healthcare to medically underserved communities in remote villages of Indonesia and Nepal. He has also worked in New York-based community clinics providing outreach to war veterans and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs). – Return to Top

Daniel AgostinelliMr. Daniel Agostinelli, PT
A graduate of Brock University and D’Youville College., Dr. Agostinelli has utilized a combination of therapies (ART, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Graston Technique, and exercise prescription) and his own exclusive sporting experiences with local soccer communities and their respective clubs. He has assisted many athletes of all levels with injury recovery and performance enhancement. He has worked with all types of athletes, most recently completing his sports physiotherapy residency with an OHL team, The St. Michael’s Mississauga Majors 2009-2010 season and 2010-2011 training camp. – Return to Top

Dr. David O'Connor, DCDr. David O’Connor, DC
Dr. David O’Connor is the owner and Clinical Director of Bayview Chiropractic Health Centre in Toronto. He is a chiropractor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries, using an integrated approach combining chiropractic with Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and active release techniques (A.R.T). Dr. O’Connor is the team chiropractor for the National Women’s Gymnastics Team and Synchronized Swimming Team and is a consultant to numerous other Olympic and professional athletes. He has been on the medical team at numerous world gymnastics and world aquatic championships and also at the Olympic games in Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008. Dr. O’Connor is an instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University. – Return to Top

Dr. David Salanki, DCDr. David Salanki, DC
Native to Niagara, Dr. Salanki has been a dominant force in providing chiropractic healthcare and acupuncture services in Southern Niagara for over 25 years. After graduating from CMCC, and establishing a solid academic footing in chiropractic rehabilitation, he has merged the hands-on, tradition-based science of chiropractic with the innovation of cutting edge technologies creating one of the most modern multidisciplinary integrative health practices in the province.

Dr. Salanki has studied acupuncture extensively both in China and North America and is currently Instructor-In Chief with the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program for Health Professionals at McMaster University and is also a key founding member and Vice-President of the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association.

Over the years he has brought his acupuncture experience to the marketplace and has served as design consultant with fortune 500 company, Maax Inc, one of the leading five firms in North America and the world’s largest spa manufacturer. Dr. Salanki is also Director of Continuing Education with Spine-Align Inc. and Sigma Instruments, leaders in computerized chiropractic treatment technologies. He is also a sought-after international lecturer and authority in the field of contemporary chiropractic and acupuncture education. – Return to Top

Dr. Davor Cepo, DCDr. Davor Cepo, DC
Dr. Cepo, a graduate of McMaster University and New York Chiropractic College, is a consultant in private practice in Toronto 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. – Return to Top

Ms. Diana Hatzoglou, PTMs. Diana Hatzoglou, PT
Diana Hatzoglou is a registered physiotherapist and a graduate of the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program in 2000. She has experience in a variety of settings both in private and public sector where she has incorporated acupuncture as an adjuvant to other physiotherapy interventions. She presently works at the Day Therapy Program at St. Joseph’s Hospital treating adults with a variety of neurological and musculoskeletal impairments. Diana was the first physiotherapist at St. Joseph’s Hospital to begin utilizing acupuncture in clinical practice. She has gone on to complete many advanced training courses in acupuncture and is an instructor for the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. Diana also serves on the board for the Acupuncture Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and has been involved with the International Association of Acupuncture for Physiotherapy. – Return to Top

Eric Lau, PTMr. Eric Lau, PT
Eric completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honors at McMaster University and then graduated from the University of Alberta in 2009 with a Masters in Physical Therapy. Eric then completed his Fellowship in Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). FCAMPT therapist has extensive knowledge on anatomy, pathology, orthopedic testing, and the most current best practice guidelines. Eric has also completed vestibular courses and has a special interest in treating conditions related to dizziness and vertigo. He has been a lab instructor at the McMaster University Physiotherapy program.

Eric enjoys working with athletes. He had worked extensively as an athletic trainer during his time at McMaster, working with the football, lacrosse, and swim teams. He was also a consulting physiotherapist with the Canadian National Basketball team. Eric is a firm believer in finding the root cause of an injury. If one was to only treat the symptoms the injury will surely return. The key is to find and address the cause of the injury to prevent the problem from coming back. Practicing in downtown Toronto, Eric regularly treats working professionals and weekend warriors alike. – Return to Top

Dr. Ernie Bagnulo, DCDr. Ernie Bagnulo, DC
Dr. Bagnulo is an experienced manual practitioner and chiropractor. He is the founder of the Wellness Institute of Niagara in Niagara Falls, ON, a multi-disciplinary clinic combining professionals in the field of chiropractic, naturopathic medicine, physiotherapy and massage therapy; all with the same goal: minimize pain and achieve optimal functioning systems. Dr. Bagnulo has been a part of many international Track & Field competitions and has aggressively pursued continuing education in the fields of manual and physical rehabilitation therapy. Dr. Bagnulo has been an instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario for the past seven years and has travelled abroad to help teach this skill to other health practitioners. – Return to Top

Dr. Gil Chimes, DCDr. Gil Chimes, DC
Dr. Gil Chimes is the Owner and Clinic Director of Greenwich Sports Medicine in Greenwich, CT. He is a sports chiropractor who specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal as well as sports injuries. He has post-graduate degrees in sports medicine (CCSP) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is a Diplomat of the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology (DIBCN) and also has post-graduate training in rehabilitation and nutrition.

Dr. Chimes provides a functional approach to treating sports injuries by implementing various therapies including Active Release Techniques® (ART), Joint Manipulation and Medical Acupuncture. He has helped athletes of all levels with injury recovery and performance enhancement.

Presently, Dr. Chimes is a clinical course instructor for the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program through the Department of Anesthesia McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Chimes is currently a consultant with many Olympic and professional athletes (MLB, NHL, NFL, NBA, WNBA, IAAF Track and Field, USA Ski Team, WTA, PSA, WISPA). – Return to Top

Ms. Heather MacKay, PTMs. Heather MacKay, PT
Ms. Heather MacKay is a Registered Physiotherapist and co-founder of Haldimand Physiotherapy Centre in Caledonia, Ontario. She integrates a unique blend of Contemporary Techniques combining electro-acupuncture, soft tissue techniques (Active Release Techniques®, Guasha), manual therapy and StottPilates® spinal / functional rehabilitation methods. Her leading multi-disciplinary rehabilitation clinic provides individualized and specialized treatments to all ages and abilities, which results in more effective treatment, faster recovery, and greater value.

Ms. MacKay has been a clinical instructor for the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program since 2000. As well, she is Secretary to the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association and Education Advisor to the Acupuncture Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association as well as the International Acupuncture Associations of Physical Therapists. – Return to Top

Mr. Hussein Karim, PTMr. Hussein Karim, PT
Hussein is a graduate of the University of Queensland Masters of Physiotherapy program in Australia. In addition, he holds degrees from Queen’s University in Physical and Health Education and Health Science.

Hussein had the opportunity to join Athletes Performance – elite training facility in Arizona working alongside the sports medicine team, and strength and conditioning coaches specializing in injury prevention and rehabilitation of professional athletes. During his time in Australia, he worked as a network provider for the Queensland Academy of Sport and has had the opportunity to treat national and international athletes. In addition, he worked in Montreal with Action Sport Physio providing treatment and coverage for many performing artists in the entertainment industry.

With Hussein’s strong academic background and with consistent continuing education, he integrates a strong movement science approach concerned with prevention, diagnosis and treatment to restore movement dysfunction. His focus is on functional evaluation of human movement and identifying biomechanical faults through the latest in evidence-based rehabilitation techniques.

Hussein is currently an instructor with the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. – Return to Top

Dr. Jim Mylonas, DCDr. Jim Mylonas, DC
Dr. Mylonas is an international sports injury and performance care consultant currently in private practice in Toronto, Canada. He has worked with athletes from the NHL, MLB, MLS, professional MMA, tennis, squash, and track and field athletes as well as elite military personnel. He has also been a consultant for athletics at the University of Texas, University of Virginia, North Carolina State and Michigan State. Dr. Mylonas is a FIT provider and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. As a CSCS he has a special understanding of strength and conditioning from a functional re-training/rehabilitation perspective which is integrated in his clinical practice. Dr. Mylonas has an advanced knowledge of the mechanism and management of combative sports injuries as they relate to boxing, wrestling, judo, jiu-jitsu and mixed martial arts. He has also worked as a consultant for athletes at the Reebok Grand Prix Track & Field Championships in NYC 2006-2010, Jamaican National Track and Field Championships 2006-2009, US National Track & Field Championships (Indoors and Outdoors) 2007-2008, World Track & Field Championships 2007 (Osaka) and 2009 (Berlin), 79th Texas Relays at the University of Texas and Rogers Cup Tennis Championships 2007/2008. – Return to Top

Ms. Joanna Speller, PTMs. Joanna Speller, PT
Joanna has been a physiotherapist for 25 years. She received her physiotherapy training at the University of Toronto, and has advanced training in manual therapy from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy. Joanna graduated in 2001 from the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course and is currently an instructor in the program. She is also an accomplished Stott Trained Pilates instructor for rehab professionals. A former professional dancer, Joanna has a B.A. Dance from the Laban Centre in London, England. In addition to her private practice, Joanna is the senior consultant physiotherapist with Canada’s National Ballet School. – Return to Top

Dr. Katherine Hood, DCDr. Katherine Hood, DC
Kate Hood is a chiropractor, specializing in sports injuries and care of the female athlete. She has extensive international experience, providing care at all levels from local sports teams to professional athletes. Kate is a clinical instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program and maintains a private practice in Toronto. – Return to Top

Dr. Kevin Deonarine, DCDr. Kevin Deonarine, DC
Dr. Kevin Deonarine graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2002 with Magna Cum Laude honours. Since then he has focused his continued education on sports specific therapies and methods to correct biomechanical dysfunction, optimize performance and avoid re-injury. Following the Functional Integrated Therapy approach he utilizes a number of techniques such as Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Active Release Technique (provider since ’01 and full body certified), fascial abrasion, Kinesiotaping, joint manipulation and custom orthotic casting to treat sports injuries of both the recreational and elite athlete. In practice Kevin has worked with professional and amateur long distance runners and triathletes as well as athletes from the NHL, CFL and AHL. He has consulted for the Toronto Marlies and currently is a performance optimization consultant to the University of Virginia Track and Field team. In addition, Kevin is an instructor with the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University. – Return to Top

Dr. Lorenzo Gonzalez, DPTDr. Lorenzo Gonzalez, DPT
Dr. Lorenzo Gonzalez is in private practice in Manhattan, specializing in treating recreational, professional, and Olympic athletes. He worked with the 2008 silver medalist Olympic fencing team in Beijing. Dr. Gonzalez is faculty at the McMaster’s University Biomedical Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program, as well as a guest lecturer in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Miami School of Medicine. – Return to Top

Mahmoud Zaerian, DC, CSCS, BA (Kin)Mahmoud Zaerian, DC, CSCS, BA (Kin)T
Dr. Mahmoud Zaerian is a graduate of the Kinesiology program at York University and got his doctrine at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Mahmoud couples his manual medicine skills with his background as a Strength & Conditioning Specialist in providing an integrative and functional approach to assessment, treatment and performance enhancement of his patients through rehabilitation and movement enhancement.
He has worked with the athletic population for close to two decades including olympic hockey teams and currently with Gymnastics Canada and the Canadian national gymnasts.
Mahmoud has a passion for learning and teaching and lectures at various conferences on various topics to do with the functioning of the human body as it pertains to performance as well as currently being a Senior Instructor in the McMaster Acupuncture Program. – Return to Top

testDr. Matt McGrath, DC
Dr. McGrath graduated with Clinic Honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). Prior to attending CMCC, he completed an Honours Degree in Kinesiology at Brock University. Dr. McGrath obtained his certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture through McMaster University, is an Active Release Techniques® provider, and a FAKTR-PM advanced soft tissue therapy practitioner.

Dr. McGrath applies the Functional Integrated Therapy (F.I.T.TM) approach to patient assessment and treatment. He utilizes and combines various techniques including Neurofunctional Acupuncture, Active Release Techniques®, Fascial Abrasion, joint manipulation/mobilization, FAKTR-PM, Performance Taping, concussion assessment/treatment and functional rehabilitation to treat sports and everyday wear-and-tear injuries. He has worked with a wide variety of individuals from professional athletes to weekend warriors. Currently, he works at Athlete’s Care in Scarborough and North York at Yonge/Sheppard. – Return to Top

Dr. Melissa Givelos, DCDr. Melissa Givelos, DC
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, she combines the various skills attained through her education and experience. As a chiropractor, A.R.T. and medical acupuncture provider, Dr. Givelos 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 has worked and trained with the F.I.T. providers at Athlete’s Care for the last 7 years, throughout her undergraduate and chiropractic education. She is currently an Instructor with the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University. – Return to Top

Mr. Michael Hofstatter, PTMr. Michael Hofstatter, PT
Michael Hofstatter is a registered Physiotherapist, owner of Restore Performance Physiotherapy, instructor in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and Advanced Musculoskeletal Assessment and Treatment. Michael graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2007, with degrees in Psychology and Physiotherapy. Previous to this he was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces where he served for over 20 years. He has worked in private clinics, hospitals, and research settings. Michael has training in acupuncture, advanced manual therapy techniques, sports injuries, chronic pain conditions, fitness instruction, and meditation. – Return to Top

Dr. Michael Prebeg, DCDr. Michael Prebeg, DC
Dr. Michael Prebeg is a chiropractor who specializes in the treatment of sports injuries. Through the combination of ART and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, and joint manipulation he has helped athletes of all levels with injury recovery and in performance enhancement. Dr. Prebeg practices as a consultant with Athlete’s Care Clinics located in the greater Toronto region. Dr. Prebeg 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. – Return to Top

Dr. Pradeep Kumar, MDDr. Pradeep Kumar, MD
After completing his training in medicine in India, Dr. Kumar joined Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh, in the foothills of the Himalayas, where he experienced his first awakening. During 13 years of voluntary work in the villages of the foothills, along with his wife Karen, his search deepened and put him firmly on a mystical–spiritual path which continues to this day, but in a radically different way which he calls Biological Mutation. He also studied at the Mind-Body Medical Institute at Harvard University. Currently he is practicing and teaching acupuncture, meditation and mind-body medicine both at McMaster University and in the cities of Hamilton, Toronto and surrounding areas.

He is the author of many books including:
• Meditation: A Path of Wellness, Authenticity and Freedom
• Chakras: Centres of Evolution and Involution, Freedom from Fear and Naturality

Dr. Kumar plans to establish an Academy of Meditation in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas and connect it to a similar institution in Toronto, Canada. – Return to Top

Dr. Ravinderpal Singh Ohson, MDDr. Ravinderpal Singh Ohson, MD
Dr. Ravinder Ohson is a clinical lecturer at the McMaster University Department of Family Medicine. He practices Family Medicine in Hamilton with special interest in integrating acupuncture with family practice. He has been an instructor with the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program since 2000. – Return to Top

Dr. Rick Leach, MDDr. Rick Leach, MD
Dr. Rick Leach graduated from Loma Linda University Medical School in 1986, completed his Family Medicine Residency in 1989, and presently works as an Emergency Room Physician. He completed the Helms Acupuncture Course at UCLA in 1992, and the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course in 2004. Dr. Leach lives and practices acupuncture in Minneapolis and is currently an Instructor with the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. – Return to Top

Dr. Ryan Davidson, DCDr. Ryan Davidson, DC
Dr. Ryan Davidson has been in private practice in Caledonia, Ontario since 1999. He is the clinic director of the Injury Rehabilitation Centre, a multi-disciplinary clinic incorporating Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy. Dr. Davidson has attended several post graduate courses including Active Release Techniques seminars, Graston Technique seminars, Contemporary Electro-Acupuncture for sport injuries, and Titliest Performance Institute golf seminars. He incorporates all of these techniques into his practice where he treats athletes and non-athletes alike. He has a special interest in treating golfers. Dr. Davidson has treated athletes at many sporting events including the “Wayne Gretzky Ford Classic Golf Tournament”, Collingwood 2010; “Women’s Canadian Amateur Golf Championships” Stouffville 2007; “IFSA World Strongman Competition” Quebec City 2005 and the “All-strength Nations Challenge” St. Marten 2004. Dr. Davidson is currently an instructor with the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course. – Return to Top

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