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Though the Olympic Games have wrapped up, the Paralympics are just around the corner.
Toronto Rehab's Medical Director Dr. Gaetan Tardif and Paralympian Adam Lancia will be live on the
University Health Network's Facebook page today at noon to answer questions about the upcoming Games and the powerful role of rehab in sport.
What is the ultimate goal of the Paralympics? How do hospitals such as Toronto Rehab help to bridge the gap between newly acquired disability and sport?
Adam and Dr. Tardif, who is also the President of the Canadian Paralympic Committee, will have the answers today at noon.
Tune in to learn more about rehab, parasport and the athletes that will be going for gold at the upcoming Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro from Sept. 7-18.
If you have questions for Adam or Dr. Tardif but aren't able to participate live at noon, please email them to