Dr. Leo Tseng received his undergraduate education at the University of Waterloo in Hon. BSc. Kinesiology. He then received his Undergraduate Medical training at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. His Post-Graduate Medical training was in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Ottawa. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physician & Surgeon in the specialty of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
As part of his training he has treated a variety of athletes at the University of Ottawa Sport's Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre and at The Rehabilitation Centre in Ottawa. He has training in neuromuscular disorders and in performing EMG & Nerve Conduction Studies from St. Joseph's HSC (St. Mary's campus) and the London Health Science Centre. He has a special interest in peripheral nerve injuries that can occur in sports.
Dr. Tseng is a staff physiatrist at Lakeridge Health Oshawa caring for both neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation patients.