Graduated from medical school at the University of Calgary and completed specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehab at UBC in 2003. Subspecialty training in Electrodiagnostic medicine and CASM diplomat. I teach medical students and residents daily during clinical time at GF Strong where I work on the Neuromuscular floor, spasticity clinic and EMG lab. I have a special interest in focal sports related peripheral neuropathies and electrodiagnostic medicine. I currently volunteer my time with the Vancouver Olympic Committee as the Medical Representative for Paralympics 2010 and a Steering Committee Board member. I am the Director of Continuing Professional Development for the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Sports Physician Volunteer Work includes: 2007 Canada Games, World Bocci Championship, 2006 Vancouver International Wheelchair Rugby Championship, 2006 Torino Winter Paralympic Games as an observer. Current research areas include: Autonomic assessment as a part of wheelchair Paralympic athlete’s classification, Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome with Botulinum Toxin Injection: A Double-Blind, Randomized Controlled Trial. Recent awards include: William G. Fraser Research Award 2007, National Specialty Society Annual Meeting Grant 2006, Duncan Murray Teaching Award-Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation- 2005, William G. Fraser Research Award 2005, Donald M Whitelaw Award- Best Grand Rounds presentation 2004-2005, Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Resident Research Award 2003, and an Educational Research Grant $2000, Merck Frosst Canada (Resident 1998) Outside of work I enjoy the typical chaotic life as a husband and dad of three active kids.