Dr. Christina ChoiChiropractor
Dr. Christina Choi is a diversified practitioner specializing in Spinal health, Headache management, Exercise rehabilitation and Wellness care. Her therapy approach involves patient education in complete body care while using her hands-on techniques to correct joint movement and function. She continuously strives to educate and refine her clinical skills in order to provide the highest quality of care for her patients.
Dr. Choi graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) and has completed certification courses in Clinical Acupuncture and Thompson Technique. Prior to CMCC, Dr. Choi attended McMaster University where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Life Sciences with honours. She is currently an active member of the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA), Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) and is in good standing with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO).
Over the past few years of her career, Dr. Choi has been involved with many groups in Scarborough and its surrounding community by providing health presentations and workshops targeting all age groups. She enjoys teaching and educating the public on chiropractic care and how to improve one’s quality of life. In her spare time, Dr. Christina Choi enjoys baking, going to the gym with her husband and spending time with her newborn baby girl, Abigail.
Dr. Paul SetoChiropractor
Dr. Paul Seto is a graduate of The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is also a proud alumni of The University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a Specialization in Neuroscience. Paul is a diversified practitioner with additional training in instrument assisted soft tissue therapy and clinical acupuncture.
Paul is a second-generation Canadian with roots in Hong Kong and Guangdong Province of China. Other than English, he is conversant in Cantonese and a local dialect of Guangdong. Paul has a special interest in treating conditions of the foot and providing orthotics (he is a self-proclaimed sneaker-head), in treating victims of motor vehicle accidents (he is an avid motorcyclist), and in treating sports related injuries (he enjoys playing all sports and is a die-hard Toronto Raptors fan).
Paul is also an amateur cartoonist by the handle The.Board.Chiropractor on Instagram and YouTube that showcase 1-minute long educational whiteboard illustrations. Through his work and passion, he hopes to enable, educate, and inspire his patients to be the best they can be!
Dr. Joyce FuChiropractor
Dr. Joyce Fu provides natural, safe and effective chiropractic therapy to help her patients recover from injury. Her therapy approach involves a beautiful blend of patient education and yoga therapy to provide a complete patient experience. She strives to restore structure and function for her patients to excel in their physical health and overall, well-being.
Dr. Fu graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College after earning an Honours Bachelor of Sciences from the University of Toronto. Being a former professional hip hop dancer, Joyce has acquired 10 years of experience in the performing and competitive worlds. She was an active member of the professional dance teams at VYbE Dance Company, which led to her fondest memories in her professional career of dancing abroad in Macau, China. After suffering multiple dance injuries, she developed a keen interest for rehabilitation through a strong yoga practice and learned the importance of embracing where the body stands without expectations. Wanting to learn more about the deeper benefits of yoga, she completed her Yoga Teacher Training (RYS 200) at Downward Dog Yoga Centre in Toronto.
Chris obtained his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo prior to receiving his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY.
His work background following graduation included a variety of physical therapy settings throughout the Northeastern USA, most recently at the Veteran Affairs (VA) in Springfield, MA. Upon returning back to Canada, he has practised solely in the outpatient orthopaedic setting. His treatment style focuses mostly on the use of manual techniques and exercises individualized to the patient, but also utilizes electro-acupuncture, taping and other modalities based on the patient’s needs. He is a firm believer in continued learning and thus far has completed multiple courses in acupuncture and dry needling through the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and various online orthopaedic courses as well as Kinesiology Taping.
Outside of work, he is immersed in the sport of baseball, he enjoys watching it, playing it, as well as coaching it to youth. He also enjoys spending time with his friends, working out, playing dodgeball, and doing home renovations.
Archie ApeloRegistered Massage Therapist
Archie graduated from Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2019. He received intensive education and experience in treating patients with various conditions and injuries including repetitive strains, stress, TMJ dysfunction, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, etc. During his sessions, he enjoys working together with patients and getting them involved in their healing by incorporating active movements, assessments, patient education and homecare exercises. He is currently NKT level 1 certified and plans on furthering his studies.
Competing in basketball in high school and then recreationally in Olympic style weightlifting, he was met and struggled with numerous injuries. Frustrated with recurring injuries, he took it upon himself to understand and learn ways to resolve his own injuries and correct his body mechanics and movements. Through this process, he developed a deep interest in the body, movement and general well-being. This new-found passion and his drive to help others inevitably led him to pursue a career in massage therapy.
Archie loves learning. In his spare time, if he is not learning something about the body, you can find him studying or practicing another language. He started learning Japanese in 2016 and since then has decided to take up language acquisition as a hobby. He has recently started learning Korean as well, so feel free to drop an “anyong” or a “konnichiwa” his way.
Miguel LeeRegistered Massage Therapist
Miguel graduated from Pharma-Medical Science College of Canada. His treatments are tailored to each individual client's need and he uses a variety of techniques including Swedish massage, myofascial release, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations and remedial exercises.
He chose Massage Therapy as a career path after experiencing how effective it was at mitigating the effects of stress on his body from years of playing sports and careers that were physically and mentally demanding, so his goal is to help you achieve the same results.
Miguel was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to Taiwanese parents and is perfectly fluent in English, Mandarin, Taiwanese and Spanish. During his off time, he enjoys playing sports of all kind and spending quality time with his family.
Fengyi (Catherine) HuangRegistered Massage Therapist
Fengyi (also known as Catherine) graduated from the Pharma-Medical Science College of Canada. Catherine specializes in providing different modalities in her practice, including myofascial release, Swedish relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage techniques, and trigger-point therapy. She provides safe and effective treatments that will help patients maintain their health and wellbeing.
Before becoming an RMT, she studied as a nurse in China before immigrating to Canada in 2014. Catherine speaks English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family.