About the Doctor
Dr. Ng embraces the body’s ability to heal itself, living by the approach to prevent problems from occurring rather than allowing a problem to take place and then fixing it. This was what led Dr. Ng to pursue a career in chiropractic.
Upon completion of his doctorate degree, Dr. Ng served as the clinic director at Chiropractic of Wildwood (Missouri, USA). He helped launch this new practice into one of the busiest practices in the area. It was in 2013 when Dr. Ng decided to move home for the cold winters and to be closer to family.
Dr. Ng pursued his formal chiropractic education at the prestigious Logan College of Chiropractic (Chesterfield, MO), graduating in 2009. In addition to his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Dr. Ng is also a proud graduate of York University (Toronto, Ontario) with a Bachelors degree (Specialized Honors) in Kinesiology & Health Sciences (2004) as well as Bachelors degree in Human Biology from Logan University (2006).
Following extensive post-graduate courses, Dr. Ng is board certified in acupuncture with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Dr. Ng has earned Fellowship status with Acupuncture Society of America and was fortunate enough to have studied under the world-renowned Dr. Richard Yennie, one of the pioneers responsible for introducing acupuncture to North America.
Thomas Thai, B.A., M.P.T., RPT
Thomas completed his BA (Specialized Honours) degree in Kinesiology and Health Science from York University. He then went on to complete his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney, Australia. Thomas continues to take professional development courses as well as fitness certifications to feed his hunger for knowledge.
Thomas Thai is the true definition of a health professional as he aspires to continually help others with every aspect of health and fitness. Thomas believes that your health is your greatest wealth. In the last 6 years, Thomas has helped others achieve their fitness goals whether it is building muscles, burning fat, or recovering from injuries. Thomas has worked as a personal trainer, fitness instructor, Kinesiologist, and now a Physiotherapist. Thomas has experience working with sports and musculoskeletal related injuries.
What adds to Thomas’ experience is the fact that he has been through it all. He has trained in Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai for 2 years as well as competed in Fitness Competitions and nationally qualified. He has been injured, and has also treated patients from a wide range of acute injuries to chronic conditions. During his free time, he enjoys swimming, track and field training, weight lifting, and mixed martial arts.
Jeffrey takes the effects of massage therapy to a wide range of conditions that he faces. He takes a rehabilitation approach to make sure each treatment in the treatment plan moves forward with the body’s recovery. In the past, he had been a patient with several conditions to many therapists and understands what a client faces as they receive treatment.
Jeffrey attended University of Waterloo for his undergrad in Kinesiology. Upon graduating, he progressed into getting certified as a personal trainer to take a more hands on approach with his knowledge. He then attended Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy (CCMH) for his massage therapy education and is now registered as an RMT under the CMTO.
Jeffrey now uses the combination of his knowledge about the human body and applies a hands-on approach using massage therapy to treat everyday conditions people face. He specializes with, but not limited to, trigger point therapy, deep tissue, and peripheral neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) to help restore the body’s function to move. He believes that pain should be temporary, and each person should live a pain free and healthy lifestyle. Jeffrey is a regular gym-goer and enjoys nature walks where he can admire nature’s scenery.
Beyond the administrative duties, marketing initiatives and overall business management of Markham Chiropractic + Rehab, my primary role is serving the patients and treating the patients the same way I would want be treated – with the utmost respect, care and professionalism. I strive to ensure our clinic procedures, policies and flow are well-organized, efficient and patient-centered because we value your time. In addition, my role is to help our practitioners do what they do best and that is to focus all of their energy and passion into treating you!