World Spine Care (WSC) is a global charity on a mission to improve lives in under-served communities. The aim of WSC is to create a world in which everyone has access to highest quality spine care possible. Dr. Lopes had been wanting to do such a volunteer trip since she graduated in 2005, and finally […]
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After completing her time volunteering in Moca, Dominican Republic, Dr. Lopes travelled across the country to Punta Cana to take part in the 10km Punta Cana race. This was her first 10km race she had ever done and it was a great one because it was completed in a foreign country! GO BIG OR GO […]
Dr. Lopes volunteered her time with the Canadian Deaf Women’s Volleyball team during their training ID camp at Seneca College in Toronto. She provided on-site care to the athletes and instructed them on how to stretch effectively.
Dr. Lopes volunteered once a week with the Flying Angels Youth Track and Field team providing on-site care as well as instruction on how to prevention injury. The team practiced both indoors at Monarch Park Stadium and outdoors at Birchmount Stadium.
Dr. Lopes went to the Elgin Mills Orange Theory Fitness location in Richmond Hill, where she does HIIT (high intensity interval training) to do a talk to some gym members. The talk focused on doing a functional assessment of your whole body to see how well you are moving and how you can improve. […]
Dr. Lopes acted as Conference Chair Person for the annual Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Canada conference held in Toronto. This year’s theme focused on training athletes and looked at the nutritional, rehab, psychological and treatment aspects around training more efficiently. The conference was a great success with a variety of allied health professionals […]
Dr. Lopes volunteered her time with the Canadian Deaf Track & Field team during their training camp at York University in Toronto. She provided on-site care to the athletes and assessed their mobility to help prevent future injuries.
Dr. Lopes volunteered in August 2015 as a sports chiropractor. She assisted at York University for Athletics. She provided both sports first responder and chiropractic services to athletes as part of the host medical team for the Games. She assisted athletes with visual, physical and intellectual impairments.
Dr. Lopes volunteered in July 2015 as a sports chiropractor. She assisted during the Opening Ceremonies as well as for the Men’s & Women’s Handball events. She provided both sports first responder and chiropractic services to athletes as part of the host medical team for the Games. (http://www.toronto2015.org/)
Dr. Lopes volunteered her time with the Canadian Deaf Track & Field team during their Identification Camp at York University in Toronto. She provided on-site care to the athletes and assessed their mobility to help prevent future injuries.
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