Dr. Eric St-Onge is a graduate from New York Chiropractic College, and has recently completed recently completed the Sports Sciences Residency Program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is determined to learn as much as he can in order to be the best prepared as possible to aide his patients. Dr. St-Onge understands that there is not one single method that will fix all ailments. This is why he uses an integrated approach to care, collaborating with other healthcare professionals when needed. He has experience working with athletes in numerous different sports. He has also provided on-site emergency response for a number of different sporting events, including the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and the Skate Canada International. He was the first North American to perform 101 jerks with 2x32kg in competition and is CMS in both biathlon and long-cycle. Dr. St-Onge spends most of his free time with his wife, staying active and finding new and exciting ways to better his craft. His favorite hobbies include kettlebell training, biking and playing the guitar.
At the Summit, Dr. St-Onge will serve as a panelist and present on “Injury Prevention in Kettlebell Sport.”
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