Members of SportMedBC Board of Directors

SportMedBC is governed by a ten-person Board of Directors. Elected from our professional membership, the Board is responsible for the policy and procedures of the organization, along with setting general strategic direction so as to ensure SportMedBC lives its mission and fulfills its vision over the long-term.

Dr. David Cox is a Clinical Psychologist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University. He is currently the Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Psychology program. Over the past twenty-five years he has served as a Sport Psychologist for many of Canada's provincial and national sports organizations and athletes at both the amateur and professional ranks. Dr. Cox is the Chair of the SportMedBC Board of Directors...
Owner of Level 10 Fitness, Anthony Findlay was born and raised in West Vancouver. He was an All-Star and Captain of the UBC Football Team where he played 4 years and earned his Psychology Degree. Anthony went on to play professional football with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. He left the CFL after 1995 to start Level 10 Fitness. Anthony was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Team BC at the 2005 Canada Summer Games and 2007 Canada Winter Games. He is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the National Men's and Women's Wrestling Teams, the Canadian Snowboard...
Dr. Joseph Stern has been an active part of the Vancouver podiatric medicine community for over 20 years. Originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, he grew up in Vancouver, and later went to the University of British Columbia where he completed a Bachelor of Science degree. After finishing at UBC, Joseph wanted to merge his interests in health care, biomechanics and sport making podiatry an obvious first choice of professions. He went on to study at Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. When Dr. Stern isn't caring for his hectic downtown practice or acting as an advisor to...
Dr. Dory Boyer is a Staff Orthopedic Surgeon at Royal Columbian and Eagle Ridge Hospitals in New Westminster and Port Moody, British Columbia. He completed his residency at Washington University in St. Louis after Medical School at University of Western Ontario. Dr. Boyer has been selected to 14 Multi-Sport Games as a member of the healthcare team including the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Guadalajara 2011 Pan. He was Chief Medical Officer for the 2010 Inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, the 2013 Universiade in Kazan, Russia...
Kim is an Athletic Therapist at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC, working in the clinic and travelling with the women's soccer team. Kim also does contract work with the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association. She travels to training camps and World Cup competitions and events with slopestyle, half-pipe, moguls and aerials ski teams, providing on-hill medical first response as well as treatment of any injuries. Cormack is also the owner of Sea to Sky Athletic Therapy, which provides exercise rehabilitation programs for people returning from injury to activities of daily living, whether...
Paul Dwyer is an Athletic Therapist in North Vancouver and is the Athletic Therapist for Quest University Athletics in Squamish, BC. Paul is a Certified Athletic Therapist and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Paul has worked extensively with youth, amateur and professional sporting populations, providing injury prevention training, on-field medical coverage, and injury rehabilitation. Paul has also spent time as a therapist with the Ryerson University Men’s Basketball program and with the Toronto Blue Jays. He...
Marc has been involved with elite athletics in Canada for the past 20 years. Through his strong relationship with EA Sports and the NHL's Minnesota Wild, Marc has worked with some of the world's top athletes from the NBA, NHL and NFL. He has been the head coach for the Langara Men's soccer team since 1986 and won a gold medal with the BC Western Canada Games Team in 2003. Marc has a post graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy and was the Chief Therapist for Canada's Pan Am Games Medical team in 2007, as well as the Canadian Olympic Team at Vancouver 2010 and London 2012. He...
Dr. Wentzell was born and raised in a small town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. With interests in sport, physical activity and rehabilitation, Dr. Wentzell's post-secondary education began in Wolfville, Nova Scotia at Acadia University where he completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree with “Acadian Scholar” distinction. Following his undergraduate degree, Dr. Wentzell attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario where he completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree with Cum Laude and Clinical Honors distinctions. His clinical internship provided...
Fascinated by the benefits of natural health Mahsa discovered her true passion: an alternative practice known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She completed a five-year TCM doctorate diploma program in Vancouver and became a registered acupuncturist in 2008 with the CTCMA, beginning her practice as an acupuncturist. She subsequently completed extensive training and certification in the advanced program of Sports Medicine Acupuncture (SMA) in Boston in 2013, becoming Vancouver's first Certified Sports Medicine Acupuncturist. This qualifies her as an acupuncturist that incorporates...
Sarah Smith is the Head Physiotherapist for the Canadian Soccer Association specifically overseeing the women's sports medicine department. After graduating from Manchester in Physiotherapy 2006, she returned to practice in her native Canada and completed her diploma in Sport Physiotherapy. She has worked exclusively with elite athletes in volleyball, rugby, soccer and alpine skiing over the last 12 years - she transitioned to her current role as the Lead of Canadian Soccer Sports Medicine department and this has taken her to multiple FIFA World Cups and Olympic games with the women...