Past Events

AIMSG – Canadian Experience on the Integration of Acupuncture in physiotherapy

Course Fee:

  • $50 for AIMSG members
  • $100 for HKPA / MPTA members
  • $700 for Non-HKPA members

CPD accreditation to be announced.

Deadline for Registration: 29 Sept 2023
(Successful applicants will be notified by e-mail / phone on or before 6 October 2023)


  • Mr. Ben Chan 3506 2441
  • Ms Lam Po, Yvonne 3949 6777

The Speaker

Dr. Enoch Ho

Registered Physiotherapist, Registered Acupuncture, CAFCI, MPH

Enoch received his education and training in Physiotherapy and Acupuncture in Hong Kong. He migrated to Canada in 1991 and since then he has been practicing both Physiotherapy and Acupuncture in Ontario. Currently, he is a registered member in good standing in both the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario. Enoch has retired from a consultant role in Clinical Quality at Hamilton Health Sciences. He is currently focusing on teaching physiotherapy and acupuncture at McMaster University. He supervises students from the Nursing Department, School of Physiotherapy, and Labour Study Department at McMaster University in their research projects or clinical placements. Enoch is teaching advanced acupuncture courses in combining the use of TCM theory and the contemporary fascia approach in Canada. The advanced acupuncture courses are running from Maritime Provinces to Ontario. Enoch’s research interest is very diverse. It ranges from Model of Care, Patient Experiences and Engagement to the application of Acupuncture in various conditions like stroke, myofascial pain, and inflammatory bowel syndrome. He authors some chapters in Acupuncture textbooks, and presents and publishes his research findings in national and international conferences / journals. Enoch also runs a clinic in both physiotherapy and acupuncture to provide direct patient care to the greater Hamilton community. He is also serving the Ontario College of Physiotherapists as a committee member of the Ontario Clinical Examination in licensing and registration process of physiotherapy candidates.



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