Bryant Lam is a physiotherapist at Cleveland Clinic Canada. He is particularly interested in orthopaedics, sports injuries and manual therapy.
Mr. Lam was first drawn to the field of physiotherapy while playing football at Western University. His experiences with the trainers on the team exposed him to the idea of a career helping athletes. He obtained his Bachelor of Medical Sciences from Western before relocating to Toronto to complete his Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. While at U of T, Mr. Lam was awarded the University of Toronto’s PT Participation Award for his volunteer work and extracurricular activities.
Mr. Lam is certified in Level 2 Upper and Lower Manual and Manipulative Therapy and Level 3 Lower Manual and Manipulative Therapy. He has experience providing a large variety of treatments, including soft tissue release, taping, and acupuncture/dry needling. He is dedicated to helping his patients achieve their goals and truly enjoys tailoring their treatment plans to suit their needs.
When he’s not treating patients, Mr. Lam enjoys working out and playing sports- particularly golf, squash and flag football. He also loves trying new restaurants and spending time with friends and family.
- Masters of Science
- University of Toronto
- Toronto, ON
- Bachelor of Medical Sciences
- University of Western Ontario
- London, ON
- Level 2 Upper and Lower Manual and Manipulative Therapy (CPA Orthopaedic Division)
- Level 3 Lower Manual and Manipulative Therapy (CPA Orthopaedic Division)
- Standard First Aid Training and CPR/AED Level C (Heart and Stroke)
- Sports injuries
- Manual therapy
- Canadian Physiotherapy Association