Valliquette Sports Injury (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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NMHA is proud to announce our partnership with

VALLIQUETTE CHIROPRACTIC & SPORTS INJURY MANAGEMENT CLINIC

and introducing Dr. Brad Dormiedy as our preferred Sports Injury Therapist

Valiquette Chiropractic clinic has been in the Newmarket hockey community since 1986.  

Dr. Robin Valliquette has held the position of medical director and assigned chiropractor with the Newmarket Hurricanes, 
and consulted with affiliate Junior teams such as the Stouffville Spirit, Aurora Tigers, OHL teams and throughout the minor hockey community.

Dr. Brad Dormiedy has treated many different high-level athletes, but focuses on hockey injury management. 
Dr. Dormiedy has played AAA Hockey in his youth, Junior A hockey for 4 years, and NCAA hockey. 
He is very well versed in, sports injury management, hockey conditioning, player nutrition, concussion management, and spinal health.  

Dr. Dormiedy is currently on the bench for the AE Peewee Redmen this season.

To Newmarket Redmen organization they offer:

Expedited appointments for injured players

Access to a Doctor’s phoneline for off-hour injury management.

Sports Injury Assessments

Exclusive Chiropractic service

Registered Physiotherapist and Rehabilitation

Registered Massage Therapy

Chiropodist Assessments & Custom Orthotics including those for athletic equipment

Insurance plans accepted

 

We look forward to working with the NMHA this year and hope that in return you will consider us for your Chiropractic and Rehabilitation needs.

Feel free to stop by the clinic to meet our health team and discuss any needs you may have.


From all of us at Valliquette Chiropractic Clinic, we wish you a safe and competitive season.

 

Sincerely,
Valliquette Chiropractic Clinic Health Team
Dr. Robin Valliquette D.C & Dr. Brad Dormiedy D.C
340 Eagle Street West, Unit 12, Newmarket, ON L3Y 7N1

 Tel: 905-853-0024    Fax: 905-853-0691   Emergency: 905-999-3085


STAY TUNED
More Info coming soon on new injury protocol and OMHA extended healthcare coverage for on ice injuries

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