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Dr. Janice Drover


  • 03 Apr 2017

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    Core Insight will open at noon today.  If you have any questions regarding chiropractic, massage therapy or acupuncture appointments, please give the office a call....

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Janice has an undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa, as well as a Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). In 2002 she completed a two-year postgraduate residency in sports chiropractic, and in 2003 she became a fellow in the College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada), which gave her the designation of Chiropractic Sports Specialist. In her practice Janice uses a variety of techniques including chiropractic adjusting, Active Release Technique, Graston Technique®, Kinesio Taping, athletic taping and bracing.

While at CMCC Janice was an assistant professor in the department of clinical Education, and she was also the official sports chiropractor for the York University Varsity program. Since then Janice has been the chiropractor for numerous local and provincial sports teams in both Ontario and Newfoundland. Most recently she was also a member of the host medical services team for the 2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games.

Janice also gives lectures on sports injury management and prevention to different organizations. In the past this has included the Newfoundland and Labrador Tennis Association, the St. John’s Sea Stars Synchronized Swimming Team, the Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association and Running Room clinics. She has also been a guest lecturer at Memorial University in the Sports Injury Management course in the faculty of Human Kinetics and Recreation.