Ali initiated his career in Neurological Rehabilitation during his undergraduate
volunteership at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, where he actively participated in
exploring various research topics related to exercise’s role in stroke rehabilitation. The
experience of working with stroke patients further ignited his passion, leading him to pursue
a master’s degree in Physical Therapy in Scotland, UK.
Ali has been associated with The UK’s National Health Service for three years, where he
worked across Scotland and England, providing invaluable rehabilitation support to patients
post neuro and orthopedic surgeries.
Ali’s keen interest in addressing the diverse needs of clients with neurological conditions
and complex orthopedic injuries has driven him to advance his education. His extensive
post-graduate treatment skills include but are not limited to:
• Canadian Bobath Instructors Association – Understanding Locomotion
• Complete Concussion Management Inc – Concussion Management Practitioner
• Basic Vestibular Rehabilitation
• Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
• BrainFx Cognitive Rehabilitation
Ali is an active participant and presenter at the ECHO Concussion Project, where he
collaborates with a multidisciplinary team of experts to discuss topics related to Traumatic
Brain Injury. He also leverages his knowledge to speak at various forums such as the Rehab
Tech Summit, where he presented on the use of Neuromodulation Devices in the clinical
setting. He has also been invited to speak at Brain Injury Association of York Region (BIAYR)
where he shares his clinical knowledge with individuals living with brain injuries. Ali has
contributed significantly to clinical research, assisting his patients in clinical trials
investigating the use of exoskeletons in gait training at the University of Toronto and
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
Furthermore, Ali’s expertise and experience have been acknowledged by the University of
Toronto’s Masters of Physiotherapy program, where he has facilitated neuro labs this year.
He is committed to advancing the knowledge and skills of future healthcare professionals
and contributing to the betterment of the healthcare industry.
When he’s not at the clinic, Ali enjoys a good game of pick-up soccer and outdoor activities
such as camping, trekking and rock climbing. Additionally, Ali is an avid swimmer and
grew up competing in swim meets and water polo events all over Kenya. He loves to
explore new and remote places and travels as much as he can.
Ali is registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a member of the
Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
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