Dr. Marco Lozej

Dr. Marco Lozej
Head of Chiropractic Department, B.Sc. (HK), D.C.
Chiropractic

Marco's Tip to Clients:

When facing a sports or activity related injury, finding the primary cause is key to successful treatment. Often pain in one body part is caused by abnormal patterns of movement involving the body as a whole. Marco specializes in performing interconnected functional assessments of his patients and then works with them to find solutions. When providing therapy, Marco is a highly skilled manual therapist. Most importantly, he works well in an integrated support team of practitioners on behalf of his patients.
 

Education:

  •  Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  •  Bachelor of Science (Honours in Human Kinetics), University of Guelph

Continuing Education and Certificates:

  •  Active Release Technique, Lower extremity (2006), Upper extremity (2006), Spine (2007), Long Tract Nerve Entrapments (2009), Master course (2010),  Whole Body Re-certification (2008, 2011, 2013, 2014)
  • Ontario Medical Association Sports Medicine Conference (OMA-2006, 2013)
  •  Rendezvous International Sports Medicine Conference (CASM/ACSM-2008)
  • Active Release Techniques, Spine Re-certification (2008)
  • Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine Annual Conference (CASM-2005, 2007)
  • Ontario Medical Association Sports Medicine Conference (OMA):  (Jan 2006)
  •  Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine Annual Conference (CASM) 2005
  •  Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
  • Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Specialty Training in Sports Injuries, McMaster University
  •  Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, McMaster University
  • CMCC continuing education - Golf Doctor Levels 1 and 2 – (2001-2002)

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:

 Marco specializes in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of sports and neuromusculoskeletal injuries. Through a combination of manual therapy, contemporary medical acupuncture, and active release techniques (ART), he meets patients’ needs by treating injuries and enhancing performance. He is currently an active member of the integrated support team’s for Gryphon Athletics/Football, Triathlon Canada, Athletic Canada, and the Speed River running club. As an avid fitness enthusiast, he spends his free time playing soccer and squash.