Elliot Tse, a Registered Physiotherapist and Alice Tang, a Registered Occupational Therapist opened Times Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre in 1995.
Times Physiotherapy is a multi-disciplinary rehabilitation centre providing professional health care services and products. These include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, custom bracing and custom orthotics (insole), medical devices, wheelchair and walker prescriptions with assistance in application for government funding (ADP) and more ….
The Ministry of Small Business and Entrepreneurship from the Ontario Government expressed their continued recognition and support of Chinese Canadian entrepreneurs through the Chinese Canadian Entrepreneur Awards. The Best Community Service Award is a fitting tribute to Times Physiotherapy. For years, Times Physiotherapy has helped many charities and not-for-profit organizations through professional services and financial support. Times Physiotherapy has also worked closely with a number of seniors and community services organizations and nursing homes including participation in their accreditation process as a community partner. In addition, it has delivered free seminars on health topics for general public at various community health events.
Times Physiotherapy has also provided volunteer physiotherapy services to World Vision’s fundraising events. It was also involved in various international or national sports events, such as National Figure Skating Competition, XV World Transplant Games, Special Olympics 1997, 20th Annual North American Chinese Basketball Tournament and Raptors 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. It has given financial support and help to the Breast Cancer Foundation, the Canadian Red Cross and World Relief plus many other local organizations..
Elliot and Alice have received many Certificates of Appreciation for their volunteer services and contributions to various organizations. As well, Elliot received from the Member of Parliament (MP) for Thornhill, the Annual Volunteer Award in October 2007 for his outstanding service and contributions to the community. He has also been re-elected as the President of the Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals (FCCP) for the year 2007 to 2008.
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