Dr. Scott Christie is a Cum Laude graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College who received the Birdie Hood Hickey Estate Award and a Summa Cum Laude graduate from the McMaster University Honours Bachelor of Science Kinesiology program. While at CMCC, Scott finished the Contemporary Acupuncture course at McMaster University.
Prior to becoming a chiropractor, Scott has functioned in a variety of roles that include fitness facility entrepreneur, sport scientist, coach, certified kinesiologist, personal trainer, athlete and teacher over the last 20 years. He creates an environment that allows all people to work toward achieving a pain free fully functioning lifestyle.
One of Scott’s main roles as a certified kinesiologist was working closely with medical doctors, physiotherapists, and other chiropractors to both restore function and remove pain for thousands of his clients.
Scott also spent several years as an educational instructor for the Sport Performance Institute and was responsible for teaching, educating and certifying many of today’s personal trainers.
His high professional standards and determination to constantly help others has afforded him the opportunity to work with several elite teams such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies, Canadian National Rowing Team, and the Canadian National Sledge Hockey Team. In 1998 Scott was named the Special Olympic's Coach of the Year.
Scott's past athletic accomplishments include 4-time National Cheerleading Champion, 3-time Eastern Canadian Fastball Champion and 2008 World Fastball Champion.
His major areas of expertise include:• Functional improvement and pain relief• Functional Range Release and Graston Technique for Soft Tissues and Rehabilitation• Athletic physiological testing and professional program design• Strength training and aerobic prescriptions for optimal fat loss• Fitness program design for maintaining health while aging.
Education and work experience