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When you come for treatment,
My mission is to ensure equal opportunity access to quality care throughout our community. I want to ensure that your family receives the best advice possible, on the first try.
I am integrated with local coaches, leagues, and other health care practitioners to best serve the interests and health of my patients.
Chronic Injuries & Illnesses
Workplace Injuries (WSIB)
Workplace Ergonomic Evaluations
Meet the Doctor
Dr. Greg Stoltz
Dr. Gregory Stoltz graduated from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, New York where he completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. With an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and a Massage Therapy diploma from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy in Toronto, Ontario he brings a wealth of medical, biomechanical and physiological knowledge to each patient interaction.
Growing up in Newmarket, Ontario he had the opportunity to get involved in numerous sports and competed in tennis, achieving a high provincial ranking.
Dr. Stoltz’s philosophy is to provide evidence-informed care through a combination of soft tissue therapy, joint mobilizations and manipulations, rehabilitation and exercise prescription, nutritional advice and patient education. He strongly believes in a team-based approach when it comes to optimizing the health and wellness of each of his patients.
He is also certified in functional movement screening, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilizations, kinesiology taping, and cupping.
When he isn’t in the office, you can find Greg on the tennis court or on the golf course. He is an avid skier, snowboarder, runner, biker and hockey player. He has dedicated ten years to coaching tennis, interacting with students of all ages and skill levels and utilizing his knowledge of biomechanics to enhance his students’ play.
Having a strong background in a variety of sports, Dr. Stoltz shows a keen interest in the treatment of athletes of all ages and abilities.
“I’ve learned that positive results come from positive interactions. When you care about how your patients are feeling, they don’t forget how you made them feel!”