About our Chiropractors

Dr Yuen

Dr Benjamin Yuen

B.Sc. M.Sc. D.C. M.R.C.C. (U.K.)

Dr. Benjamin Yuen received his B.Sc. from the University of Toronto and an MSc from Bridgeport University. He completed his chiropractic training at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, U.K., and has been a practising chiropractor for 34 years. He has also served four years as Director, Post Graduate and Continuing Education Division, at CMCC.

Dr Wong

Dr Wilson Wong

B.Sc. (Hon) M.Chiro. D.C.

Dr. Wilson Wong received his B.Sc from Dalhousie University. He has been a practicing laser therapist since 2007. He completed his chiropractic training at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, U.K. He returned to his native Nova Scotia as a practicing chiropractor since 2012.

About Laser Therapy

Laser therapy offers patients a safe and effective therapy for a wide range of medical conditions, including soft tissue and sports injuries, arthritic conditions, repetitive stress injuries, wound healing and an extensive number of additional medical problems. Laser Therapy utilizes light emissions from superluminous and laser diodes to irradiate tissue. This process reduces inflammation, accelerates healing and the regeneration of cells. BioFlex Laser Therapy, unlike high intensity lasers, does not injure tissue but stimulates the healing process. Pharmaceuticals which are used by pain management clinics, simply mask pain and other symptoms but do not cure the underlying pathology. The elimination of the cause of symptoms or the existing pathology is concomitant with the elimination of pain and other symptoms.

Clinical Benefits


  • Eliminates symptoms including pain
  • Reduces the need for pharmaceuticals
  • Restores normal range of motion and physical function
  • Non-invasive
  • Non-toxic
  • No known adverse effects
  • No drug interactions
  • Often makes surgical interventions unnecessary
  • Provides a treatment alternative for patients that have not responded to conventional therapies

Physiological Effects


  • Increased production and release of:
  •         Endorphins – naturally produced analgesic
  •         Cortisol – precursor of cortisone
  •         Growth hormone – instrumental in tissue repair
  •         ATP – improves and regulates cellular metabolism
  • Increased protein synthesis – collagen, DNA, fibroblasts
  • Venous and lymphatic flow facilitated
  • Increased angiogenesis – elevation of oxygen saturation
  • Enhanced immune response, etc.