Alex St.Pierre DC, CSCS is a chiropractor who takes a sport-science-based approach and combines old-school strength and conditioning principles with current evidence-based clinical research. He works with athletes along the entire performance continuum, from treating pain to optimizing individual performance.
Alex’s education includes a Master of Professional Kinesiology from the University of Toronto and an Honors Specialization in Kinesiology from Western University. In 2013, he graduated cum laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He would also like you to know that his master’s capstone project was titled“Blood, Sweat, and Tiers: A Working Understanding of Canadian University Sport Through Men’s Lacrosse.”
Alex’s research interests include high-performance sport systems, patient outcome monitoring, and return to play protocols for athletes.
His work experience involves the roles of consultant, therapist, physiologist, and clinician. This includes work as a strength and conditioning coach in three collegiate settings, Seneca College, Western University, and the University of Toronto. He has worked as an intern of exercise physiology at the Canadian Sports Institute Ontario. There, Alex focused on athlete testing for Swim Ontario and Softball Canada. His work was influential in creating a long-term strength and conditioning for Alpine Ontario. As an intern under Matt Nichol, Alex worked as a clinician and strength coach in the daily training environments of elite hockey players. Further, he has worked as team therapist for the GTHL minor midget Vaughan Kings for 5 seasons.
Alex currently runs his private clinical practice out of Bang Fitness in Toronto, Ontario.
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