OUR TEAM SHABDIT (SHAB) SHAH, BSC, MSC(PT), CMAG

SHABDIT (SHAB) SHAH, BSC, MSC(PT), CMAG

Registered Physiotherapist
Clinic Director – Yorkville
Adjunct Lecturer – University of Toronto Department of Physical Therapy
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture

Location: Yorkville

Biography

Shabdit Shah is a graduate of the University of Toronto Master of Science in Physical Therapy program. Since 2017 he has worked at Athlete’s Care Sports Medicine at the Yorkville location and is the current Clinic Director.

Shab has previous clinical experience working in outpatient orthopaedics, geriatric rehab, stroke rehab, cardiovascular ICU and vestibular rehab. He received distinction honours during his placements at Toronto General Hospital in both the cardiovascular ICU/cardiac wards & the Hertz Clinic for his work with cardiac patients & vestibular rehab patients respectively. In addition to clinical experience, Shab has previously worked with General Electric, the Town of Oakville, and Ontario Power Generation focusing on occupational health & safety, ergonomics, and injury prevention.

A keen learner, Shab has completed the following coursework: CAMPT Manual Therapy Level 2 Upper & Lower, Vestibular Rehabilitation through the Advanced Physiotherapy Education Institute, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture through McMaster University, & Sport Taping at the University of Toronto. Shab is a Credentialed Clinical Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association and one of two GLA:D Canada Certified Instructors at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Dovigi Clinic..

Since 2018, Shab has been teaching as a clinical instructor for student placements through the University of Toronto and has been a clinician volunteer in their orthopeadic labs. In June of 2019, he was appointed as an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto & has continued to stay involved with the University through strategic planning sessions, lecture facilitation, clinical placement supervision, and mentoring new physiotherapy graduates.