Dr. Joy Wee

Dr. Joy Wee

Dr. Wee has a scope of practice that includes neurorehabilitation, physical medicine, electrodiagnosis and performing arts medicine (musicians/dancers). She has previously directed rehabilitation programs at Providence Health Care and has been involved in teaching in the UBC Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Queen’s University where she holds an adjunct Associate Professor faculty position. Dr. Wee did her Bachelor of Science in Neurophysiology at McGill University, M.D. (1993) at the University of British Columbia, and specialty training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Queen’s University. She completed the Physicians’ Executive Management Program at Simon Fraser University and Masters of Rehabilitation Sciences at Queen’s University. She is a member of the Performing Arts Medicine Association and co-chairs the International Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. She is engaged in education and rehabilitation projects in low-resource settings internationally and is a board member of BethanyKids (www.bethanykids.org), serving children with disabilities in Africa. She enjoys creative expression through music, painting, writing and exploring nature.

departments: Physiatry
positions: Physiatry
treatments: Physiatry