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Our Team of Professionals

 An Experienced and Dedicated Team Serving You!

Inovo Medical’s strength lies in its team’s expertise and diversity. Under one roof you can find doctors of sports medicine, chronic pain, and regenerative medicine, as well as rehabilitative professionals. Together, we provide our patients with personalized management centred on their needs and the ongoing improvement of their quality of life.

 

  • Dr. Mathieu Bélanger

    Founder and President

    Dr. Mathieu Bélanger, MD, CCFP, CPSO Recognized Specialist (Chronic Pain), began his academic career by earning an undergraduate degree in kinesiology (i.e., the science of studying human movement, in particular physical activity and body mechanics) before enrolling in medicine at the University of Montréal.

    Dr. Bélanger has always had a keen interest in physical activity. Having been injured himself several times, he is particularly interested in pain related to sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. This interest led him to the United States for various types of training on pain treatment given by leading experts. As a result, Dr. Bélanger became aware of just how widespread chronic pain has become and decided to dedicate his career to it. Since then, his objective has been to play an active role in the development and delivery of the most sophisticated and effective treatments for chronic pain.

    By founding Inovo Medical, Dr. Bélanger hopes to deploy stem-cell technology in Canada, given that the results achieved with this technology are revolutionizing pain medicine. Similarly, regenerative medicine and innovation are the driving force behind Dr. Bélanger’s passion, which allowed him to offer solutions in other fields, including medical aesthetics and sexual wellbeing.


  • Dr. Mateo Lino

    Doctor of Chiropractic

    Dr. Mateo Lino, BSc (Hons), PTS, DC is our Chiropractor on staff. He graduated from York University’s Specialized Honours B.Sc. in Kinesiology & Health Science in 2011 and then graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 2018, after having spent some time working in the Health and Fitness industry. Dr. Lino centers his chiropractic career around finding the best outcomes for patients recovering from medical procedures, surgeries, sports injuries, and looking to optimize their health and performance, with a hands-on approach. Dr. Lino did his Chiropractic internship at St. Michael’s Hospital Family Medicine clinic co-managing chronic pain patients, at CMCC’s Campus Clinic seeing athletic injuries, and at the Aptus Treatment Cente for Complex Disability seeing adults with neuro-developmental disabilities. He is also a CAN-FIT-PRO Personal Training Specialist, with over 7 years experience in the fitness industry.

    Dr. Lino provides Diversified Chiropractic Adjusting, Spinal and Extremity Joint Mobilizations, Muscle Release Therapies, Instrument-Assisted Therapies, and is experienced in functional exercise programs. He is also a member of the Internal Chiropractic Pediatric Association, able to provide care for expecting and new mothers, and their children. Having been passionately involved with sports from an early age, he has seen his share of injuries and has gained a great perspective on the importance of a proper rehabilitative plan. He is currently involved with the running community in Ottawa and continues to compete in road races and marathons regularly.

    He also works with Ontario Soccer Association‘s OPDL as Medical Therapist, providing on-site emergency support to injured athletes. In the past, he’s been involved with Toronto Rehab Institute‘s Acquired Brain Injury and Musculoskeletal Departments, providing care to patients recovering from brain and nerve injury due to stroke, motor vehicle accidents, or concussions, and patients recovering from hip and/or knee replacement surgeries.

    Patients and clients find Dr. Lino to be very caring, encouraging, fun, safe, and motivating. If you have injuries, Dr. Lino can help you recover and exercise without fear of re-injury.