Dr. Adam Kassam is a board-certified physician in the discipline of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and is a clinical associate at Runnymede Healthcare Center and Sinai Health. He is currently the President-elect of the Ontario Medical Association and sits on the board of directors of the organization. He completed an undergraduate biology degree at Cornell University and holds an MD from Dartmouth Medical School and a Master's in Public Health from Columbia University. He has been widely published in outlets including CNN, The Atlantic, CBC and Globe and Mail and has routinely appeared on TV and radio including networks such as CTV, TVO and CPAC and Global News.
Dr. Kassam's clinical work focuses on musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation. In this capacity, he diagnoses, manages and treats a number of conditions with botulinum toxin injections including spasticity (under EMG guidance), migraines and chronic pain. He also performs joint injections for chronic orthopedic conditions.