Welcome! I am Dr Christopher Notley; Winnipeg’s only dual credentialed Chiropractor and Athletic Therapist. I am  working in the St.Vital and Downtown areas of Winnipeg.

In addition to being a Chiropractor and Athletic Therapist, I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified to use the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) as well as a provider of Acupuncture and Active Release Techniques. Recently I became certified to teach Hardstyle Kettlebell training and DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization) exercises.

My  practise is a musculoskeletal (muscles and joints) based practise focusing on spine and sports injuries. Treatments involve an integrated approach that uses chiropractic manipulation or adjustments, Active Release Techniques (a form of myofascial release), acupuncture, rehabilitative/corrective exercises, nutrition advice and other services to help return you to the sport you love, the hobbies you enjoy or back to your job as quickly as possible.  Expect to take an active role in your care.

Treatment plans are individualized and based upon the scientific literature and clinical evidence. Treatments are adjusted to your needs. I combine all of my treatment approaches to treat your aches, pain, sports injuries, motor vehicle injuries and work place injuries. I work closely with other healthcare providers, medical doctors, athletic therapists, physiotherapists, and massage therapists and I am willing to refer out my patients when needed.

Take some time to learn more about who I am ,as a chiropractor/athletic therapist, and my evidence informed, patient centered approach to your health care. 

I am always learning and willing to share my knowledge.  Take some time to check out my blog. You will find information on dealing with pain, exercises,stretches, and sports injuries. Check out my YouTube video to see videos of exercises that I give my patients.

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