Dr. Frank Waytowich is a 1995 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and is currently in his 25th year of his practice at the Upper Canada Chiropractic Centre. Prior to attending chiropractic college, Dr. Waytowich attended the University of Waterloo where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Co-op) in 1991. Throughout his university co-op work experience, Dr. Waytowich was able to receive practical experience in areas of musculoskeletal injury assessment, biomechanical assessment and injury treatment through a variety of therapies, exercise prescription and support. Dr. Waytowich has received additional training in orthotic assessment/prescription and sports injury and rehabilitation. Dr. Waytowich has a special interest in sport-related injuries involving knee and shoulder regions.
Dr. Waytowich is primarily a diversified chiropractor who takes great pride in his ability to assess neuro-musculoskeletal conditions and create strategies that will address and treat the true biomechanical causes of injury.
On his personal side, Dr. Waytowich enjoys spending time with his wife Lynne of 28 years and their children, Allison, Kate and Sam. He enjoys community involvement in coaching multiple sports, exercise and basic home renovation projects that do not involve power tools.