Dr. Dave Dorion
Doctor of Chiropractic Degree
Certified Full-Body Active Release Technique® Provider
Certified Medical Acupuncture Provider
Certified Complete Concussion Management Practitioner
Dr. Dave Dorion holds a Bachelor of Science Degree, specializing in Kinesiology, from the University of Ottawa and a 4-year Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). CMCC is recognized as a world leader in evidence-based Chiropractic and research. Dr. Dorion is full-body certified in Active Release Technique (ART®), as well as a Graston® and Acupuncture provider. In November 2011, he opened Burlington Sports and Spine Clinic. In October 2019, the clinic was able to expand into a much larger, brand-new and modern facility.
Dr. Dave’s clinical training has always been directed towards his interest in athletic injuries and sports rehabilitation. He’s always continuing his education and is currently certified through Complete Concussion Management to treat and manage concussions. He also has become certified in Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist (FRCms). He is an active member of his community and is involved in a variety of sports, previously, as a member of the University of Ottawa Men’s Varsity Rugby team. Since starting his practice in Burlington, he has become the Team Doctor for Nelson High School’s Varsity football team and acts as a medical consultant for a variety of the schools’ other teams. In past he performed injury consultation and management for Burlington Stampeders Football, Burlington Eagles Hockey, BLOMHA and other sporting organizations. He also acted as the Director of Player Safety for BLOMHA hockey organization from 2013-2018.
Dr. Dave uses a diversified evidence-based chiropractic approach to understand every patient’s condition and takes into consideration as many tools as possible. Active rehabilitation, along with passive therapy, is given to every patient who enters into his care.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Lauren and young daughter Abigail. He still plays hockey year-round and enjoys snowboarding in the winters and squeezing in a round of golf in the summers.