Dr. Corey Hofkirchner graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelors of Honours Science in Kinesiology. While attending Waterloo, Corey worked as a strength and conditioning coach for the women’s varsity volleyball team and as a personal trainer.

Corey later received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. During his education at CMCC, Corey interned along-side a neurosurgeon, assisting in spinal surgical and concussion consultation and management, and at St. Michael’s hospital, one of the only student chiropractic clinics within a hospital setting.

Corey is currently pursuing further education as a Clinical Sciences resident at CMCC. This role has allowed Corey the opportunity to pursue research projects and assist in teaching at CMCC. As a resident, he has also been a member in a number of multi-disciplinary teams within St. Michael’s Hospital, Hamilton General Hospital, and Mount Sinai Hospital.

Corey utilizes a number of techniques, including contemporary acupuncture (McMaster), Active Release Therapy (ART), and Athletic Movement Assessment (AMA) to provide a functional and hands on approach to assessing and treating his patients to promote their rapid and long-lasting recovery.