Women's Health Symposium: October 30-31

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Jason Pajaczkowski, CSCS, CPT, DC, FRCCSS(C), FCCPOR(C), DACRB®, ART®, D. Ac, FMS, SFMA, PRI, IT

Dr. Pajaczkowski holds Baccalaureate degrees with Summa Cum Laude honors in Life Science from Queen’s University, Human Anatomy from the National University of Health Science, and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from the National University of Health Science. He completed a two-year post-doctorate residency in sports medicine, a three-year post-doctorate course in orthopedic rehabilitation and a two-year study in acupuncture.

His current positions include:

  • Active Release Techniques (ART)® Seminar Lead Instructor and Director of Spine
  • Member of the Performance Care Team for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Football Club
  • Senior Chiropractor, SWAT Health
  • Sports Performance Director, Toronto Golf Club
  • Team Doctor, Team Canada Standing Amputee Ice Hockey
  • Consultant for NFL, NHL, NBA and CFL athletes
  • Editorial Board, Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association
  • Associate Professor, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

Dr. Pajaczkowski was part of the core medical team for the Toronto Phantoms Arena Football Team, in addition to the Toronto Italia, Oakville Blue Devils, and Hamilton Thunder Canadian Professional Soccer League Clubs; the Vaughan Vipers and North York Rangers Jr. A hockey teams; Canadian Soccer Association Men’s Olympic team and Ontario Provincial Boys and Girls Soccer teams (U12-U19). He was chosen as part of the core medical team for the 25th Anniversary Ironman Championships in Kona, Hawaii, and served as the medical advisor for Bentley Performance Coaching, McGuire Hockey School and Hardcore Hockey. He has been a consultant with the Toronto Maple Leafs and was the only chiropractor chosen by the Olympic Committee for the Canada Games in the Yukon. He also has a vast amount of experience at patient-care level with football at the amateur, collegiate and professional (NFL, NBA, NHL, CFL, AFL and NFC) levels, in addition to numerous Olympic and Paralympic sports: hockey, soccer, volleyball, tennis, marathon, track and field, and triathlon.

He has authored chapters in sports medicine textbooks and articles in various peer-reviewed journals in addition to being a reviewer himself. Dr. Pajaczkowski has been fortunate enough to lecture throughout North America and Europe at various scientific conferences in addition to teaching Integrated Seminar Series worldwide.

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