about our specialists

Since 2009, we have worked side by side with our clients to offer individualized therapy, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning methods to ensure you move free. We regularly collaborate with leading sport scientists, researchers and healthcare professionals, and we are committed to challenging the status quo when it comes to optimizing your athletic performance.
 

Dr. Blake Wu

 

Dr. Wu has committed to the relentless pursuit of human movement. He grew up as the son of two Chinese immigrants, instilling in him a hard work ethic and tenacity. He used these values to graduate from the University of Toronto, where he solidified his foundations in biomechanics, anatomy and physiology. He continued his education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, receiving his Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009. Dr. Wu always believed there was more in health care so he continued his education in acupuncture, dry needling, strength and conditioning, advanced rehabilitation and kinesiology. It has been his philosophy to continue to learn, grow and adapt within multiple health and fitness disciplines to create a strategy for preventing and managing athletic injuries.

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Dr. Blake Jackson

As a lifelong athlete, Dr. Jackson has a special interest in treating and preventing sports-based injuries. He first started as an intern for Dr. Wu and has been learning his methods and techniques for several years.  Dr. Jackson has since perfected his practice to help athletes better identify the root causes of their athletic injuries and movement inefficiencies. Dr. Jackson graduated from Christian Brothers University in 2010 with a B.S. in Biology, and continued his education at Parker University where he received a Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2013. He has extensive training in anatomy, health/wellness, and rehabilitation. He uses multiple elements of chiropractic care, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitation to help improve the overall function and performance of his athletes.

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