Sue DeWolfe

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Dr. Susan DeWolfe is a graduate of Mount Allison University and received her chiropractic designation from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1991. She received her Fellowship from the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences in 2004. She is a past assistant instructor of Active Release Technique and has training in Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, McKenzie technique and Kinesiotaping. Dr. DeWolfe is also an Acupuncture provider.
She is the clinic founder and director of the Sports Injury Clinic at the World Pond Hockey Championship. She has been the team chiropractor and team trainer for several Toronto area rugby teams for 10 years.
During the 12 years she was a spinning instructor for Sport Clubs of Canada she was awarded the Spinning Instructor of the Year.
Dr. DeWolfe has a wealth of experience treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal joint injuries as a result of both sport and non-sport injuries.
Dr. DeWolfe has a significant personal commitment to fitness. She has had extensive personal training in
Pilates and weight training. She is an avid rock climber, cyclist and an enthusiastic salsa dancer.