Dr. Andrew Romanelli
Dr. Romanelli brings over 20 years of clinical and field experience treating patients from a variety of athletic disciplines, and various activity levels. He holds a Bachelor of Honours Physical Education degree from Brock University, a Diploma in Sports Injury Management (Athletic Therapy) from Sheridan College, and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC).
A life-long learner, Dr. Romanelli also holds a Doctorate of Acupuncture from the Open University of Complementary Medicine in Sri Lanka, and is also currently working towards his Masters of Science (Rehabilitation Sciences) through McMaster University. In addition to his private practice, he is a faculty member at CMCC, where he not only educates undergraduate students in various courses (orthopaedics, rehabilitation, and clinical diagnosis) but also as a clinician, mentoring fourth year students during their clinical internship.
In addition to his Acupuncture training, Dr. Romanelli has completed continuing education courses in Active Release Technique ®, Graston, Concussion Diagnosis and Management, Orthotics prescription and fitting, and various other fascial-release techniques.
From a sport injury perspective, Dr. Romanelli has provided coverage for various amateur and professional competitions, including being a therapist for the Canadian PGA Nationwide Tour, the NHL Officials Training Camp, the National Beach Volleyball program, as a consultant for NHL and CFL teams, and most recently as a member of the health care team at the Pan American Games (Beach Volleyball) in Toronto. As a former soccer and varsity rugby player, he has worked with various hockey, soccer, volleyball, rugby, and football teams over the years. More recently, his education and research has focused on concussion screening, diagnosis, and management of patients of various age and activity levels, helping them return to activity safely.