Midori Lam (Handford)

at our Plaza of Nations Location | Registered Physiotherapist
Midori Lam (Handford)


  • Masters of Physical Therapy
  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a Concentration in Ergonomics
  • Clinical Instructor, UBC Department of Physiotherapy
  • Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy, FCAMPT
  • Soft Tissue Release Certificate
  • Canadian Red Cross First Responder, Sport Physiotherapy
  • The Running Clinic “New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries” – Running Expert
  • Key Concepts of Bike Fit & Treatment of Cycling-Related Overuse Injuries
  • Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling (FDN) Level 2 / Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)
  • Dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) Course A, Exercise and Strength 2

Professional Interest:

Midori has special interest and expertise in treating the neck and back, and injuries related to cycling, running, soccer and racket sports. Midori also provides bike fits (to book call our Plaza of Nations location).

Experience in Sports Community:

  • Shuttlesport Badminton (2016)
  • Head Badminton Coach for Fraser Valley Team in the B.C. Winter Games (2016)
  • Medical Cluster Lead for Badminton, Table Tennis and Karate at the American Masters Games Vancouver 2016
  • Allan McGavin Run Club Leader and Sun Run InTraining Leader (since 2016)
  • Events such as Poco Grand Prix, Harry Jerome Track & Field Classic, RBC Training Ground, and Ballet BC performances
  • HUB Cycling

Personal Sport Background:

Midori enjoys running, cycling, swimming and hiking. She grew up playing competitive soccer (multiple provincial championships) and badminton (top 10 singles and mixed doubles ranking in B.C.), and more recently has completed a few triathlons (Ironman Canada in 2019).