Dr. Chadwick Chung

St. Michael’s Hospital

T 8 – 4, Th 8 – 4, S 8 – 2

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Areas of Expertise (including any fellowships):

Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Sciences (Canada)

Diplomate of the Canadian Academy of Pain management

Advanced Practice Practitioner for the Inter-professional Spine Assessment and Education Clinics

Areas of Interest

Interprofessional education and collaboration

Critical and clinical thinking

Chronic pain

Implicit attitudes and behaviours


Systems thinking


Number of Years in Practice:

11 years


Techniques Used in Private Practice




Thompson (Drop pieces)



“In what ways do you interact with other health professionals?”

I completely embrace an interprofessional model and patient centered approach to healthcare. In private practice, I work in an interprofessional team of medical specialists, emergency doctors and family doctors in the diagnosis and management of complex chronic pain cases. I believe that by working together we can achieve optimal, efficient and cost effective healthcare with the ultimate goal of helping our patients in recovery. Communication and professionalism are key components of collaboration along with humility to learn with, from and about each other. My interaction with other healthcare providers includes consultation notes, telephone conversations, delivery and attendance of education "rounds" sessions, observership, general discussion of cases, developing and implementation of interprofessional programs and conducting research.