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Dr. Sean Y. Abdulla completed his post-secondary education at Wilfrid Laurier University where he attained a BA (Hons) in Kinesiology and Physed. He later went on to complete a Masters in Biomechanics at York University:Kinesiology and Health Science Department. Dr. Abdulla's strong interest in manual care, sports injuries and rehabilitation led him to pursue a career in chiropractic at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He then completed the Doctor of Chiropractic program in 2012, graduating with Clinic Honours. Upon graduation, Dr. Abdulla was accepted into the CMCC Sport Sciences Residency Program (2012) to complete 2 additional years of specialty training towards a Fellowship from the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada). Dr. Abdulla is currently a faculty member at CMCC. He has also completed other specialty training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (McMaster University), Active Release Techniques, Graston: Level I and First Responder: CPR Level HCP and AED.
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