Dr. Mohsen Kazemi, RN, DC, FRCCSS(C), FCCPOR(C), DACRB, MSc. PhD
Dr. Kazemi is a doctor of Chiropractic, Fellow of Royal College of Sports Sciences (Canada), Fellow of College of Chiropractic Physical and occupational Rehabilitation (Canada). Dr. Kazemi has successfully defended his PhD thesis, “WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL sparing taekwondo ATHLETE?”.
Dr. Kazemi has been teaching at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) since 1996. At the present time he is Associate Professor at CMCC teaching Clinical Education to forth year student and Sports Specific Subjects to first and second year Sports Sciences Residents. He is also the interim coordinator of Sports Sciences Residency program at CMCC. He continues to be involved in research in Taekwondo and sports chiropractic. He has taught various continuing education seminars on topics such as Shock Wave Therapy, VMTX Vibromax Therapeutics TM, Kazemizer sharkTM, Sports Chiropractic and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Kazemi has been serving as the Associate Editor for the Journal of International Association of Taekwondo research and Assistant editor for the Sports Issue of JCCA.
He has published several scientific articles and research in peer-reviewed journals and presented his research in Taekwondo and chiropractic around the world. Dr. Kazemi is the author of the first complete book on vibration plate exercise programs, “Vibration Plate Exercise”.
Dr. Kazemi is also the inventor of the VMTX Vibromax TherapeuticsTM soft tissue technique, Kazemizer SharkTM and Kazemizer, a portable exercise device and method of preventing lactic-acid build-up.
Dr. Kazemi holds 7th degree black belt in WTF Taekwondo and has been Canadian Taekwondo Poomsae Champion in 2006, 2008 and 2010 to present time. He won gold at the 2008 World Hanmadang Taekwondo and 2015 Canada Open, and bronze medal in Pan Am 2012 and 2014 Poomsae championships.
Dr. Kazemi has been the Medical Chair person for Ontario Taekwondo Association since 2003 and also served as the WTF Taekwondo Canada Medical Chair (May 2009 to August 2010). He has been the appointed Alternate Chiropractor for Core Canadian Health Care Team for the Saltlake City 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games, Rio 2007 Pan American Games and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He served as the Core Canadian Medical Team Chiropractor at Santa Domingo 2003 Pan American Games and Canadian Taekwondo team Chiropractor at Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He was the appointed Chiropractor to Mount Cypress at 2010 Winter Olympic Games. He was the only Canadian Chiropractor at the first Youth Olympic Games, Singapore, 2010. He also worked as sports chiropractor at 2011 and 2015 Pan Am games.