Dr. David Rick, HBSc, DC, MSc
Welcome to drdavidrick.com! Thank you for visiting my website. I have had numerous patients talk to me about presenting some of the information that I offer them regarding health, nutrition, exercise, physical therapy/rehabilitation and chiropractic, in a forum that they can refer to whenever they needed/wanted to. I therefore decided to create this forum at dr.davidrick.com, where anyone, including you, can learn about things such as fitness, health, nutrition, physical therapy, anatomy, chiropractic, and anything else that I, myself, may be passionate about and/or interested in.
I am honored to be a health practitioner in today’s society where information can be sought so readily and presented in many different formats. I hope you find some of the information I present interesting, practical, useful, and also fun!
And now, a little information about myself…….
Dr. David Rick is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He has a passion for dealing with/treating athletes and sports injuries, and he is a member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada). He has obtained a Masters of Science from McMaster University in the field of Human Biodynamics and he has studied the benefits of spinal manipulative therapy on cervicothoracic motion in people who have suffered concussions. He has been trained in the newly evolved Thompson Technique – Minardi Integrated Systems, directly from John Minardi, and he is honored to assist Dr. Minardi with the Seminar Series in the Toronto area. He currently maintains a successful private practice (Skymark Health and Fitness), as well as a medical assessment center (Advanced Healthcare Management Inc. ), both located in Toronto, Ontario,
Please feel free to comment on any of the articles and/or posts that are presented on my website so that friendly dialogue may be created. My goal is to create a forum where people can learn as much from me as I can learn from them. As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”