Dr. Neil Gomer is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor. Dr. Gomer utilizes his skills in chiropractic manipulation, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, soft tissue techniques such as ART® and the Fascial Abrasion tool as well as performance taping to provide care to his patients.
Under this Functional Integrated Therapy (F.I.T.) approach, Dr. Gomer provides not only injury care but also performance care and optimization. As a life-long athlete, Dr. Gomer has a continued interest in sports and sports related injuries. He also maintains an active lifestyle in the gym and plays baseball, golf, squash and tennis.
"Dr. Neil Gomer is a integral part of my daughter's physical care. She is an elite athlete; he has seen us through three major injuries as well as countless minor aches and pains with impeccable knowledge, prompt follow up and genuine care. He is incredibly thorough, takes his time and is fantastic with kids; I highly recommend him.""
"I have been suffering from chronic neck and back pain for about two years. Throughout that time, I have tried a variety of treatment methodologies with different therapists, including prescription medication, physiotherapy, osteopathy, massage therapy and athletic therapy. Although the treatment therapies provided some relief, I didnt experience any consistent or lasting benefit. After reading about Athletes Care, I made an appointment to see the sports medicine physician, Dr. Noor Amin. Dr. Amin was thorough in his evaluation and assessment and provided a referral to see Dr. Neil Gomer, a chiropractor. Neil took the time during the intake process to understand and assess my situation. He has since effectively and skillfully employed multi-faceted techniques, including acupuncture and ART to aid in my recovery. His professional and kind demeanour is very much appreciated and I am delighted with my progress. I would highly recommend this team of healthcare professionals." - Vesna Lovelock