Dr. Kyle Etwaroo
Let’s get into a little bit about myself. As an evidence based practitioner, I strive on using the most effective methods in current research to resolve your issues as quick as possible. I try to foster a friendly and down to earth approach in visits while always keeping professionalism of utmost importance. In my extra curricular work, I seek out continuing education related to functional increases in performance and sport related therapy, with a never ending demand to learn something new.
My treatment styles uses up to date guidelines and recommendations for all MSK (musculoskeletal) related issues, with a focus on ART derived soft tissue therapy, diversified manual therapy, exercise-based rehab, and medical acupuncture. Comprehensive treatments using a variety of methods ensure that if one way is not working, we can explore another method to get you the care you need.
In private practice I reside at a sports medicine facility that incorporates 3D bio-mechanical analysis and strength training rehab as a plan of management for both patients and athletes. I’ve overseen the treatment and training of athletes varied in nature and level, many of which have gone on to play in various professional leagues such as the NCAA, OHL, and the NHL. Community based care has included work at multidisciplinary clinics in the downtown core and currently in a boutique style practice located in South Etobicoke.
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC)- Doctor of Chiropractic (DC)
McMaster University- Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Certification
McMaster University- Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (B.Sc.Kin (Hons.))
Hockey Development Centre of Ontario (HDCO)- HTCP Level II Certification
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) - FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine
Functional Movement Systems- SFMA Level I Certification
Tennis Canada- Treating Practitioner
Jamaican Olympic Ice Hockey Federation (JOIHF)- Team Doctor
Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL)- Medical Practitioner and Team Trainer
Toronto 2015 Pan-Am Games- Medical Team- Athletes Village
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC)- Admissions Committee