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He is a high energy and dynamic speaker who engages his audience well.  His presentation helped our members to see how simple it would be do to modify their nutrition and exercise habits into positive, energy enhancing ones. 

Bruce Harbinson, Regional Chair, TEC Canada www.tec-canada.com

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Dr. KazemiDr. Kazemi is a doctor of chiropractic, and Sports Specialist with certificates in Chiropractic Rehabilitation and acupuncture. He has traveled extensively with the Canadian and Ontario Tae Kwan Do teams as team doctor, and has worked with several Olympic medalists and World Champions in Tae Kwan Do for the past 10 years. Dr. Kazemi has also been a member of the health care team for the Beijing 2008 Canadian Summer Olympic Team and Vancouver 2010 Canadian Winter Olympic Team, Toronto Lynx Professional Soccer Club, Toronto Shooting Stars Indoor Soccer Club and Ontario Soccer Association. He himself is a 6th degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do, and a World Champion in Kata (forms).


He was appointed as an Alternate Chiropractor for Core Canadian Health Care Team for The Winter Olympics 2002, Salt Lake City and Commonwealth Games 2002, UK. He was appointed as one of the Core Canadian Health Care Team Chiropractors for Pan Am Games, Santa Domingo, August 1-17 2003, working with water-polo, swimming, bicycle racing, badminton, tennis, karate, wrestling, fencing, boxing, basketball, volleyball, soft ball, gymnastic, synchronized swimming, athletics, and soccer athletes.


A full-time clinical faculty member at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College since 1998, he is also a full time Associate Professor and the Sports Sciences Residency Program Coordinator. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from CMCC in 1996. He completed his Sports Residency program at CMCC and received his Fellowship in 1999.

Dr. Kazemi is the Medical Chairperson for Ontario Tae Kwan Do Association, and the Director of the Sports Specialist Rehab Centre in Toronto. He has published several articles and research papers in peer reviewed journals and presented his research papers and seminars in Sports Chiropractic and Tae Kwan Do around the world. He presented his very recent research, “Sydney Olympic 2000 Tae Kwan Do Athlete Profile” on the podium at the 7th IOC Olympic World Congress on Sports Sciences, Athens, Greece, October 7-11, 2003.