Dr. K. Trinh, MD, PhD, FCFP, FRSS, Diploma in Sports Medicine
McMaster University Health Sciences Medical Acupuncture Program Chair

Dr. Kien (Ken) Trinh graduated from the University of Western Ontario, with his degree in medicine.  He earned his M.Sc. degree in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University.  He has received many awards throughout his career, the most recent award being the McMaster University Health Sciences Outstanding Preceptor Award and the McMaster University Innovator of Distinction Award.  

Dr. Trinh has been the team physician for Canada at the Pan American Games in Domenican and again in Rio de Janeiro.  He was also the team physician for Boxing at the 2004 Olympic Games, and the pre-competition examiner at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. He sat on the board of directors as the Medical Director for Boxing Ontario.  Currently, he is the Medical Director for Boxing Canada and the Chief Medical Officer for national boxing championships. Dr. Trinh is the Lead Medical Doctor for the Oshawa Sports Centre during the Pan American Games in Toronto, 2015. Dr.  Trinh was a field-of-play physician at the 2016 Rio Olympics.  He was the chair of the MD admissions at McMaster Univeristy .

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Dr. Anthony Adili, PEng, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Adili is an orthopedic surgeon at St. Joseph’s Health Centre specializing in sport medicine and lower extremity problems. He is the Chief of Orthopedic Surgery and the Deputy Chief of Surgery at St. Joseph’s Heath Centre. At McMaster University, he is an Assistant Professor and a Associate Director of Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Adili serves as a member of the Faculty Planning Committee.

Dr. Larry Belbeck, DVM
Professor, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, McMaster University

Dr. Helena Campiglia, MD
Dr. Campiglia is an internal medicine specialist and has an active practice in acupuncture

Dr. Richard Cheng, PhD, MD
Director, St. Joseph’s Hospital Pain Research

Dr. Peter Dorscher, MD
Dr. Peter Dorscher is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist at the prestigious Mayo Clinic. He is an author for the acupuncture anatomy program of www.anatomy.tv. He has published his research on the relationship between acupuncture points and trigger points challenging the views and understandings of trigger points.

Dr. Jenny Elliott, DC
Dr. Jenny Elliott is a chiropractor practicing in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Gino Fiorucci, DC
Dr. Fiorucci is a chiropractor practicing in St. Catherine, Ontario, Canada.

Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Rehabilitation, McMaster University

Giada (Susan) Hu
Practitioner of Internal Chinese Medicine and acupuncture. She was an attending doctor at the Dongzhimen Hospital, the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Jarek Krawczyk, Hons BSc PT, RPT, FCMAC
Director of Rehabilitation Services, Ancaster Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre

Dr. Andrew Kuntz, MD
Dr. Kuntz is an internal medicine specialist and neurologist practising acupuncture in the state of Ohio

Dr. Ari Shali, MB, ChB
Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Division of Anatomy

Dr. Alan Tan, MD, PhD
Dr. Tan is a physician in clinical practice in Toronto

Dr. Raimond Wong, MD, FRCPC
Dr. Raimond Wong is a Radiation Oncologist working at the Hamilton Regional Cancer Centre and an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Oncology at McMaster University. One of his main research interests is in acupuncture and cancer pain.

Brandy John, RMT, Hons BSc, CMAC, CR
Brandy John is a Registered Massage Therapist, Membership Director of CCMTS, Instructor at Trillium College, and on the acupuncture advisory committee at the CMTO.

Holly Ariss, RMT
Holly Ariss is a Registered Massage Therapist and an alumni of the McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program.