Languages Spoken: English
Active Release Technique Provider
Functional Integrated Acupuncture Instructor
Acupuncture McMaster University
Masters of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences
Honours Bachelor of Science Kinesiology
Clinic Director Adelaide and York
Dr. Trevor Vander Doelen earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College following an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Laurentian University. He then completed a Masters of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of British Columbia. Dr. Vander Doelen is also currently pursuing a Sports Speciality as a Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Resident (RCCSS) resident. He is the lead author in a number of peer reviewed journal articles pertaining to injury care and sports performance.
He is the current Chiropractor at the Athlete Institute Basketball Academy in Orangeville that has produced numerous NBA basketball players. Trevors passion for his work has also led him to teaching his peers, as a current instructor in the Functional Integrated Acupuncture program. He was also a Lead Medical Practitioner at the Toronto Pan Am Games in 2015.
Dr. Vander Doelen takes an integrative approach to injury care by optimizing movement for both injury recovery and performance improvement. Along with his chiropractic education, Dr. Vander Doelen is also trained in Full body Active Release Technique (ART), Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (McMaster University), Functional Integrated Needling (FIN), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), and Complete Concussion Management (CCM).
He has a special interest in basketball related injuries, chronic injuries, and performance care. He currently consults with NCAA, NBA, and basketball players from international professional leagues. Along with basketball players, he serves as a consultant for OHL, AHL, and NHL hockey players, and regularly speaks to athletic groups. Dr. Vander Doelen is a former Toronto Lifeguard Champion and has received the Toronto Emergency Medical Services Citizenship Award. In his spare time he enjoys playing basketball, squash, and volleyball.