Phyxable, Helping Seniors Age in Place
All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome the founder of Phyxable, Dr. Jim Feng to the show for an in-depth interview about Phyxable and how to help seniors age in place safely.
Dr. Jim Feng is a graduate of University of Toronto with a Physical Health and Education Degree. From there, he attained his Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He has also completed theory levels 1 & 2 of the National Coaching Certification Program and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Sport First Responder, and Certified Titleist Performance Institute Medical Professional. Dr. Jim Feng has made an extra effort in extending his knowledge in the human body by acquiring the Active Release Techniques (ART®) certification, as well as the Medical Contemporary Acupuncture provider designation through McMaster University.
Dr. Jim Feng has always maintained a passion for exercise and health. As the Captain of the University of Toronto Varsity Wrestling team, Dr. Jim Feng utilized his knowledge in functional, dynamic, power, endurance, plyometrics and other sport specific training to lead his team to winning provincial, national and international tournaments. As a Chiropractor, Dr. Jim Feng has a wide and varied knowledge of therapeutic rehabilitation and exercise prescription which fits closely with the Dynamic Treatment Paradigm. With his extensive knowledge in rehabilitation and sports specific training, he was selected to direct the 2008 Olympic Trials medical team for wrestling qualifiers, 2013 head medical staff for the World Grappling, Amateur MMA and Pancration Championships, as well as the head therapist for Team Ontario Wrestling and Canadian Grappling Championships.
Dr. Jim Feng’s upbeat attitude and vibrant outlook allow him to encourage and motivate his patients in a fun environment. His strong knowledge and solid expertise make patients feel confident in his abilities to empower them to achieve their functional goals.