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Dr. Rad graduated with a Bachelors in Kinesiology from the University of Toronto. While there, she conducted research with the Toronto Fire Service in education-based musculoskeletal disorder prevention strategies. She decided to further her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto where she graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic.
Dr. Rad is also a Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Provider from McMaster University for the neurofunctional treatment of pain and dysfunction. During her clinical internship at CMCC, she assisted Dr. Brad Muir in the practical sessions of his Peripheral Neural Dynamics: Upper Limb course. She also completed the Concussion: prevention, detection, and management course presented by the University of Calgary and Université Laval collaboration.
Although a native Torontonian, Dr. Rad decided to begin her career in Ottawa, a city as diverse and stimulating as her clinical interests. She has a special interest in sport-related injuries, concussion management, exercise therapy for arthritis management, chiropractic care during pregnancy and the pediatric population. Dr. Rad enjoys working with individuals on general physical rehabilitation for better function and living for all ages and demographics.
Growing up, Dr. Rad was continually active. She:
Currently, Dr. Rad is actively learning about her new home in the city of Ottawa. She enjoys exploring new areas and spending time outdoors with her two huskies. Exploring the many green spaces Ottawa has to offer, trail running is a must for this trio. Working out at the gym is an activity she shares with her boyfriend.
Dr. Rad also enjoys reading a stimulating novel and always tries to learn something new, whether it is an activity, recipe or clinical condition. Staying up to date with research is a personal goal for her as she aims to excel in her field.
with High Honours
University of Toronto
Magna Cum Laude
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program
University of Calgary and Université Laval collaboration
Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) Medical Provider with the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL)
Professional family of chiropractors serving the greater Ottawa-Gatineau region for the purpose of continuing education.
Weekend event where Canadian Armed Forces – Air Force, Army, and Navy – join together in the spirit of camaraderie and community.
1/2 marathon, 10k and 5k races.
Donations towards Running on Empties and chiropractic service for the Christmas Exchange Program.
In collaboration with the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, this day included discounted sessions to all ages with the goal of fundraising for a charity supported by the church.