Neurofunctional Treatment of Pain with Movement Disorders
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Dr. Marc Bronson, CK, DC holds an honors degree in Kinesiology from the University of Ottawa (Magna Cum Laude, 2001) and a doctorate in Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, obtaining Cum Laude and Clinic Honors distinctions (2006). He obtained additional certificates in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University, and strength and conditioning specialist designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Academy.
Dr. Bronson practices an evidence-based model of functional rehabilitation of the neuromusculoskeletal system which incorporates the latest advances in manual medicine, acupuncture and exercise sciences. Dr. Bronson can also provide consultation on workplace ergonomics as well as designing preventative, job and sports specific conditioning programs to minimize injury, decrease reliance on medications and increase work performance.
Dr. Bronson’s previous work experience includes an internship with sports and rehabilitation clinicians, part of a multi-disciplinary health clinic in Toronto, a rehabilitation therapist for chronic pain patients, fitness and conditioning evaluator for the Canadian Junior National Figure Skating and part of the core medical staff of the Toronto Supra Portuguese of the Canadian Professional Soccer League. Dr. Bronson’s academic and personal background allows him to excel in the management and prevention of occupational, athletic and other common neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
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