David graduated from York University with a specialized honours in Kinesiology and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Between his degrees he worked as a biomechanist and as an exercise physiologist prescribing rehabilitation and training programs for athletes.
David uses an evidence-based approach in conjunction with movement conditioning to diagnose the various neuromusculoskeletal disorders that come into his practice. His treatments include a variety of soft tissue and joint techniques, mobilizations and manipulations, neurofunctional acupuncture, and exercise programs.
In early 2020, David became a first-time father and has been enjoying the wonderful experiences being a dad brings. In his downtime he enjoys being active with his family, playing squash, and diversifying his knowledge base in a variety of topics. One of David’s favourite and lifelong hobbies is working out which includes a balance of training and rehabilitation to stay in shape and take care of his many injuries.