Dr. Robert Winslow

Photo: Robert Winslow
B.Sc. (HK), D.C.

Robert's Tip to Clients:

Living a healthy lifestyle or returning from an injury is a journey that has many peaks and valleys. It is key to understand the patient’s goals and expectations, as there are many different tools that can be used to attain their picture of health. Understanding the patient’s goals and expectations will allow us to create a unique evidence based plan of management, that incorporates a multitude of tools including spinal manipulation, soft tissue therapy, education and rehabilitation. This unique, individual plan of management will provide each patient with the necessities they require to prevent any further setbacks.  And therefore allow them to enjoy a physically active and healthy life.
 

Education:

  • Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, Saint Francis Xavier University

Continuing Education and Certifications:

  • Sports Medicine Clinical Rounds and CME education series, ongoing monthly
  • Emergency First Aid and CPR: March 2018
  • RockTape FMT Blades and FMT Blades Advanced: July 2018. Toronto, ON.
  • Management of Sports Injuries in the Paediatric Patient. April 2017. Toronto, ON.
     

Professional Memberships and Licenses:

  • Member of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario
  • Member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association
  • Member of the Ontario Chiropractic Association
     

Other Details

Dr. Robert Winslow specializes in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of sports and neuromusculoskeletal injuries. Robert frequently works with varsity and elite athletes at the University of Guelph, working specifically with the Track and Field, Cross Country and Field Hockey teams at the University. He practices a diversified chiropractic technique, in addition to being certified in Rocktape instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and other soft tissue techniques. As a former varsity and post collegiate distance runner Robert understands and values the importance of providing both acute care and preventative care, both to athletes and non-athletes alike. With an understanding of biomechanics of running and the variable loads each sport places on an athletes body he is able to provide therapy to athletes to both prevent injury and enhance performance.
 

Competitions and Camps

  • OUA Championships, Field Hockey. October 2018. York, ON.
  • Speed River Inferno Track and Field Meet and National 10,000m Championship. June 2018. Guelph, ON.
  • Montreal Team Challenge, Track and Field. January 2018. Montreal, QC.
  • Spire Invite, Track and Field. February 2018. Geneva, OH.
  • Windsor Can Am Classic, Track and Field. January 2018. Windsor, ON.
  • Canadian National Track and Field Championships, July 2017, Ottawa. ON.
  • Speed River Inferno Track and Field Meet and National 10,000m Championship. June 2017. Guelph, ON.
  • Ontario University Athletics Track and Field Championships. February 2017. York, ON.
  • Guelph Last Chance Meet, Track and Field. February 2017. Guelph, ON.
  • Windsor Team Challenge, Track and Field. February 2017. Windsor, ON.
  • Montreal Team Challenge, Track and Field. January 2017. Montreal, QC.
  • Windsor Can Am Classic, Track and Field. January 2017. Windsor, ON.
  • Guelph Gryphons Cross Country/Track and Field Training Camp. August 2016. Ottawa Valley, ON.
  • Rio 2016 Olympic training camp for Athletics Canada. August 2016. Guelph, ON. Supported 15 Canadian Olympic athletes.
  • Canadian Interuniversity Sport Track and Field Championships.  March 2016. York, Ontario.
  • Ontario University Athletics Track and Field Championships. March 2016. Windsor, ON
  • Spire Invite, Track and Field. February 2016. Geneva, OH.
  • Windsor Can Am Classic, Track and Field. January 2016. Windsor, ON.
  • Pan Am Games: August 2015. Therapy for Barbara Riveros post Pan Am Games while staying in Guelph for training camp. Guelph, ON.