Dr. Brynne Stainsby
Dr. Brynne StainsbyDirector

Journey to becoming a chiropractor

As a competitive gymnast, I sustained a knee injury and was told by numerous health care professionals that my only option was to stop training in order to recover. My coach suggested I see a chiropractor (who had been a former gymnast herself) and she was able to understand the demands of my sport, provide me specific training recommendations, rehabilitation exercises, and manual treatment to help me work through the recovery and return to competition.

I so appreciated her ability to recognize how important my sport was to me, and she helped me understand the anatomy and biomechanics of my injury. I was inspired to pursue a career in chiropractic to help people as she had helped me.

Region of practice

I practise at Village Chiropractic in Orangeville.

Credentials and designations

  • BA (Kinesiology) from the University of Western Ontario in 2005
  • Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2009
  • Completed Clinical Sciences Residency at CMCC in 2011
  • Became a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Sciences (Canada) in 2012
  • Certified provider of acupuncture from McMaster University in 2009
  • Certified yoga instructor since 2013