Eva Tang


Eva Tang is a registered physiotherapist under the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario. She has 39 years of experience working in acute hospital, rehabilitation hospital, long term care, and outpatient clinics. Eva has worked in different fields like musculoskeletal, neurological, orthopedics, medical, and surgical. Eva has been working in out-patient clinics for over 35 years treating different conditions like soft tissue injury, fractures, stroke, Parkinson, post surgical repair as in knee, hip and shoulder replacement, arthritis, sciatica, etc. Eva has also prescribed compression socks, and different braces.

Eva speaks English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.

Eva likes to connect with people. Besides work, she is also involved in volunteering programs to provide services to seniors living alone, and those under palliative care.


Dolly Wu


Dolly is a Registered Physiotherapist who achieved her Bachelors of Physiotherapy degree in 1999 from Mangalore University in India. She is proficient in English and Hindi. She has done certificate course in yoga therapy, shoulder complex, core stability, and persistent pain management and facial matrix. In her 24 years of career she has worked in a wide variety of practice settings with a focus on orthopedic, neurological, surgical, and geriatric conditions. Her patients have always been very comfortable and happy to be treated by her.

Dolly’s treatment approach is always centered around patient’s well being and education, aiming to help them improve their function and quality of life. Dolly is very patient and strives her best to help her patients to achieve their goals through therapeutic exercises, self managed home exercise program and healthy lifestyle.

Besides Physiotherapy, she loves to spend time with her family and friends, trying out new recipes, gardening, dancing, nature walks, play few sports for fun like badminton, table tennis, basketball, cricket and swimming.


Elon Choi

Resident Physiotherapist

As a dedicated Resident Physiotherapist specializing in sports injury and rehabilitation, I bring a wealth of experience and passion for helping individuals regain their mobility and enhance their athletic performance. Graduating from the esteemed Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2019, I embarked on a journey of continuous learning and growth.

For three years, I honed my skills in a hospital setting, where I encountered diverse cases and refined my therapeutic techniques, including those tailored specifically for sports-related injuries. Seeking to specialize further, I transitioned to an outpatient clinic for a year, focusing intensively on sports injury rehabilitation and personalized care for athletes of all levels.

Relocating to Toronto was both a personal and professional milestone for me. After successfully passing the credentialing exam, I embarked on my journey as a practicing Resident Physiotherapist in Ontario, bringing my expertise in sports injury management to the community. Joining “Back on Track” in April 2024 has been a rewarding chapter in my career.

Having a deep personal connection to sports, including skiing, hockey, volleyball, and badminton, I understand firsthand the physical demands and potential risks associated with these activities. This unique perspective allows me to tailor my approach to rehabilitation, providing targeted care that addresses the specific needs of athletes.

While I have a particular interest in sports injury rehabilitation, my practice encompasses a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. I am dedicated to developing individualized treatment plans that not only facilitate recovery but also empower my patients to achieve their health and wellness goals.

It’s my pleasure to collaborate with a team of dedicated physiotherapists, united in our mission to serve the Scarborough community. Together, we strive to provide comprehensive care and support to athletes and individuals seeking to overcome physical challenges and optimize their performance. With empathy, expertise, and a genuine desire to make a difference, I look forward to contributing to the well-being of our community at “Back on Track.”


Jake Chen

Massage Therapist

Jake Chen is Registered in Ontario with the College of Massage Therapy. Jake uses in-depth physical treatment to help clients maximize their health and improve their quality of life.
Jake offers Swedish, deep tissue and facial release and lymphatic drainage massages.
He focuses on trigger and joint areas, which he finds helps clients restore body mechanics and function.
Jake also specializes in shoulder tension pain and discomfort, piriformis syndrome, migraines and tension headaches


Carol Wu


Carol is a physiotherapy assistant at Back on Track with over 15 years experience.

Carol has experience working in clinical settings, dealing with motor vehicle accident care, workplace injury care and eldercare facilities. Her goal is to provide support to physiotherapists and work under their direct supervision to restore physical health, quality of life and overall wellness to the patient.

Carol uses her extensive knowledge to help patients get better, and enjoy the activities they love.

Outside work she maintains an active lifestyle, and enjoys life.


Roseala Chang

Clinic Care Manager