Meet Our Faculty

Prof. Jacob Brainis

Canada educated Osteopathic Practitioner.

In his post graduated studies , he was trained by US educated Osteopathic Physicians.

Jacob Brainis graduated from Henan University of TCM, in China with the Bachelor degree in Medicine.

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Prof. Jacob Brainis

Ontario accredited Osteopathic Practitioner and Acupuncturist – successfully combines the healing modalities of laser therapy, osteopathy and acupuncture for the treatment of a full range of physical conditions.

Canada educated Osteopathic Practitioner.

Jacob Brainis: graduated from Henan University of TCM with a bachelor degree in medicine B.Sc.(Med), also earned the Acupuncture Points Infusion Postgraduated Certificate from Henan University of TCM, China.

In his post graduated studies, he was trained by US educated Osteopathic Physicians.

In 1972 Graduated from Lithuanian University of Health Sciences.

With a Masters Degree in Physical Education, and as a former instructor and coach in various athletic disciplines, he brings extensive knowledge to the field of holistic health. In addition, as a former athlete who participated in the World Championship of Kayaking in Bulgaria, and holds a black belt Second Dan in Karate (Okinawa style), Jacob brings invaluable insight and expertise to the area of sports-related injuries and how best to heal them.

Jacob Brainis is practicing not only in Canada, but also in many foreign countries.  In his numerous visits to China, he integrated in his practice the best of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Osteopathy.  He developed a unique approach in dealing with respiratory problems (such as flu, cold and infections) in particularly dealing with aging population, and he is focusing on Anti-Aging Medicine and Medical Wellness.

Professional Affiliations:

  • American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
  • Member of Pastoral Medical Association.
  • Commission for Osteopathic Research, Practice and Promotion.
  • Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals.
  • American Holistic Medical Association.
  • World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies.
  • Registered member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.

Honors and Awards:

  • House of Commons Canada Certificate of Recognition in acknowledgement of his hard work and extensive contribution to the Traditional Chinese medicine in Toronto and abroad 2011.
  • Board Member of the Speciality Committee of Chinese Medicine Manipulations,affiliated to WFCMS.
  • President of Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals.
Mrs. Natalia Sattarova

Natalia is a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Registered Acupuncturist and Osteopathic Practitioner.

Education In 1989 Natalia Sattarova graduated from Grodno State Medical Institute (Belarus) as a Medical Doctor. Upon arriving to Canada, her medical background and passion for providing health care lead her to enter the field of alternative medicine. Canada educated Osteopathic Practitioner. She graduated from the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in acupuncture and osteopathy.

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Mrs. Natalia Sattarova

A Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Registered Acupuncturist and Osteopathic Practitioner.

Education In 1989 Natalia Sattarova graduated from Grodno State Medical Institute (Belarus) as a Medical Doctor. Upon arriving to Canada, her medical background and passion for providing health care lead her to enter the field of alternative medicine. Canada educated Osteopathic Practitioner. She graduated from the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in acupuncture and osteopathy.

She successfully uses Cranio -Sacral therapy in all neurological diseases

Professional Affiliations:

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

Registered member of the Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals

Registered member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario

Natalia Sattarova’s Philosophy: Mrs. Sattarova emphasizes the importance of using personalised treatment plans in targeting each individual’s unique problem-areas and uses the following approach in her practice:

Past experiences: Natalia Sattarova practiced as a medical doctor in former Soviet Union, Germany, Finland and Israel. After immigrating to Canada, Natalia Sattarova expanded her skills and knowledge in field of alternative medicine, she is  focusing on Anti-Aging Medicine and Medical Wellness which complimented her previous experiences as a medical doctor. Her professionalism is highly respected.

Initial assessment consists of a thorough clinical analysis of medical history, life style and nutrition, signs and symptoms

  • Provides immediate relief (if pain and discomfort is present)
  • Generates a personalized detoxification program
  • Develops a personalized regeneration program
  • Creates a personalized maintenance and prevention program.
Nolan WIlson, B.Sc.H Life Sciences, M.Sc. Anatomical Sciences

Nolan Wilson completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Life Sciences in 2011 and a Master’s of Science in Anatomical Sciences in 2012, both at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

His Bachelor’s degree focuses on many areas of Life Sciences including neuroscience, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology.

His Master’s focused on teaching in the anatomical sciences and research on spinal cord motor neurons and their control of the upper limb.

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Nolan Wilson

B.Sc.H Life Sciences, M.Sc. Anatomical Sciences

Education

Nolan Wilson completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Life Sciences in 2011 and a Master’s of Science in Anatomical Sciences in 2012, both at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. His Bachelor’s degree focuses on many areas of Life Sciences including neuroscience, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology. His Master’s focused on teaching in the anatomical sciences and research on spinal cord motor neurons and their control of the upper limb.

Specialization

Nolan has extensive training and experience in the teaching of anatomy and related medical fields. He has prepared and presented many lectures at Queen’s University for both graduate and undergraduate students and currently teaches courses in the biomedical department of the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His specific areas of teaching include neuroanatomy, gross anatomy and pathophysiology.

Personal Philosophy

Years of teaching at Queen’s University and the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese have taught me what it takes to be an effective teacher and how to best motivate and inspire students. Various workshops in areas such as active learning as well as learning and memory have also prepared me to approach teaching in a way that will best suit my students and their individual needs. My goal is to teach in a way that caters to students with varied educational backgrounds and with different learning styles. I aim to present learning material clearly and in an interactive fashion that allows students to think critically and develop their own interests in any subject matter.