Dr. Matthew Serrick is an evidence-based therapeutic practitioner who originates from the East Coast of Canada. After completing an honours bachelor of science degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, he attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. During his studies, he received numerous academic scholarships and awards. He has been in practice for over 11 years.
He is active in the community and has volunteered and raised money for well known organizations, such as “The Heart and Stroke Foundation” and “The Canadian Osteoporosis Foundation.” He also plays competitive volleyball, badminton and curling making him no stranger to sports, and sports injuries. In the past, he has also volunteered for organizations such as the Special Olympics, the Canada Winter Games, and Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada.
Dr. Serrick is committed to getting to the root of the problem. He uses the most cutting-edge and innovative examination and manual techniques to help you deal with pain, increase mobility, optimize health, prevent injury, and increase participation in activities of everyday living. He keeps up-to-date with current research, as well as with continuing education courses, so that he delivers, and you receive, the most current and effective treatment possible.
Offering a wide variety of treatments for your various ailments and needs, Dr. Serrick will work with you to create a plan of management that is individualized to your specific needs, treatment preference, and goals. Everyone from families, athletes, office workers, factory workers, to geriatrics can benefit from his chiropractic care.
Dr. Serrick is one of the few chiropractors in downtown Toronto that has special training in work disability prevention as well as concussion and mild traumatic brain injury treatment and management.