Special Clinical Interests:
My Chiropractic Journey:
In a Nutshell:
Hockey Injuries @ 12 years of age lead to my introduction to Chiropractic -> University of Guelph -> Chiropractic College in Toronto -> Married love of my life -> Chiropractor in Australia 15 yrs -> 2 wonderful children born in Australia -> Pro Bono Chiropractic work in Nicaragua 1yr -> Back to Canada 2023!
From a young age growing up in Kapuskasing, Northern Ontario, I was amazed at how chiropractic enhanced my recovery from injuries and optimised my performance in hockey. Chiropractic kept me in top shape all through my competitive years playing for the Jr. B. St Marys Lincolns (not too far from here!). This excitement instigated my trek to becoming a chiropractor.
I then graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science.
After an additional 4 years of study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, I graduated in 2007.
My wife and I excitedly moved to Australia straight out of school, and loved every moment! I worked there for 15 years owning two offices near Adelaide, South Australia.
We then moved to Central America, Nicaragua, in 2021 following the seed that God put in my heart several years prior to serve local people of a third world country.
At the end of 2022, I put the local communities of Nicaragua that I served in the good hands of a fellow chiropractor, and we moved back to Canada to be closer to family.
In early 2023, I met Dr. Steve Murdoch, founder of Fairway Chiropractic Centre, and sole chiropractor of this office for 35 years. What a blessing he has been to me; and I know this community also.
I could not have imagined a better person to take over for. We care for patients with the same degree of passion and compassion; the same way we would care for any one of our very own family members. The method and style of chiropractic care we provide is as similar as you could get.
I am honoured that Dr. Steve Murdoch has not only chosen me to care for his patients, but he has also chosen me to be his very own chiropractor for his weekly spinal checkups.
Chiropractic is not just a job for either one of us, it is a calling.