Dr. Mitchell Savic
Dr. Savic graduated from The University of Western Ontario with an Honours Bachelor Degree in Health Sciences.
His interests in healthcare and sports medicine led him to continue his studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude and Clinic Honours.
Dr. Savic went on to obtain his Sport Sciences Fellowship from the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) through an intensive two-year, full-time, post-graduate residency program at CMCC. Currently, only around 120 chiropractors hold this designation worldwide. He not only treats and prevents injury, his passion is optimizing performance, regardless of the activity and skill level. All treatments are evidence-based and are catered specifically to each individual.
As one of the leaders in the field, he also instructs students and participates in healthcare research, having already published several articles in peer-reviewed journals. He was also granted the 2016-17 Research Fellowship Award to help assist in his research on sport related concussion.
Coming from a competitive soccer background, Dr. Savic already had an interest in the athletic world. His list of professional distinctions includes having worked Team Canada Beach Volleyball, Team Canada Frisbee, the Ontario Taekwondo Association, and the Ontario Soccer Association. He has also worked with novice, national and professional athletes among a large of array of sports including: soccer, football, hockey, tennis, bobsled, and track and field.
In addition to his formal chiropractic training, he has obtained certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture through McMaster University, strength and conditioning (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), and is a Registered Sports First Responder.