After graduating from Levack District High School Dr. Chabot attended York University. There he completed a four year honours degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences, with a 3 year diploma in Athletic Therapy. After the completion of this degree he went on to pursue his passion; Chiropractic. Dr. Chabot attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto where he graduated Cum Laude. See his CV below.
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Dr Dale Chabot's CV and accomplishements
2004-2008 Doctor of Chiropractic- Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
-Graduated 'Cum Laude'
-Educated in a wide variety of therapeutic techniques including, but not limited to: Diversified chiropractic adjusting, low force techniques and movement based therapies, myofascial release therapies, instrument assisted adjusting and soft tissue mobilization, various atheletic, injury and kinesio taping techniques, various modalities.
-Affiliate member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science
2003-2004 Graduate studies at York University in exercise physiology
2001-2004 Diploma in Athletic Therapy- York University Athletic Therapy certificate
1999-2003 HBSc in Kinesiology and Health Sciences- York University
2003 Certified Fitness Consultant
- 2001-2012 Red Cross First Responder for Sports Medicine
- 2012- Faculty member in the division of Clinical Sciences at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine
2009-present- Owner and operator of Lockerby Chiropractic Clinic
Multidiciplinary clinic serving Sudbury
- Special interest is sports, health and wellness, and active care
2008-2009 Associate Chiropractor at Koski Chiropractic
2004 First Responder-for hockey, rugby, track and field, lacrosse and other Varsity sports
2004 Tait Mackenzie Sports Injury Clinic as a Student Athletic Therapist
2001-2004 Tait Mackenzie Sports Injury Clinic as a Student Athletic Therapist
2001-2004 First Responder-Hockey- Beatrice Ice Gardens, York University
2002 Student Athletic Therapist for YRAA Rugby league
2002 Student Athletic Therapist for OBA Basketball Camp
Lifeguard for various odd jobs
Placements and volunteer Work
Lifestyle counselling and community outreaches related to health & wellness, chiropractic, sports training and injury prevention on an ongoing basis throughout the Sudbury region.
2007-08 Chiropractic internship at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College under the guidance of:
-Dr. Brad Muir, Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science
-Dr. Glen Harris, Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science
2004 Athletic Therapist- OUA Varsity Track and Field championships
2004 Head Athletic Therapist for the York University Soccer team
2003-04 Volunteer at the Sudbury Regional Hospital
2002 Molecular Biology Research- Banting and Best Institute
2002 Student Athletic Therapist- Dufferin and Steeles Family Medical Centre
2002-2003 Head Student Athletic Therapist- York University Lacrosse Team
2001-2004 Student Athletic Therapist- Tait Mackenzie Sports Injury Clinic
2001-2002 Student Athletic Therapist -York University Varsity Track and Field and Cross Country running teams
2000 York University Sport Therapy Association Volunteer- 35 hours first aid
2000 Physiotherapy Wellness Institute
Graduated 'Cum Laude' -Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Kinesiology and health Sciences Honour Role
York University Dean's Honour Role
Continuing student scholarships
Winner of 2002 Bill Dobson Anatomy contest
Ongoing training and reading related to evidence based patient care, sport training and exercise.
Practicing a healthy, wellness based lifestyle including daily activity, proper nutrition, limiting life's stresses and Chiropractic care to allow the body to function optimally.
Practice of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at Sudbury BJJ where I have earned a blue belt after many years of training under team Renzo Gracie Ottawa
Many years training for and playing hockey in the Sudbury area
Coaching courses at York University.
Olympic and power lifting; circuit, kettlebell and sport specific training on a daily basis.
Hunting, fishing, hiking and camping in beautiful Northern Ontario.