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Dr. Alex St.Pierre DC, MPK, CSCS
Alex St.Pierre is a clinician who takes a sport-sciences approach to clinical practice combining old-school strength and conditioning principles with current evidence-based clinical research. He works with athletes along the entire performance continuum, from the treatment and management of pain to optimizing individual performance.
Alex's education includes an Honors Specialization in Kinesiology from Western University. In 2013, he graduated cum laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. In 2017, Alex graduated from University of Toronto’s inaugural Master of Professional Kinesiology program.
His work experience involves the roles of consultant, therapist, physiologist, and clinician. This includes work as a strength and conditioning coach in three collegiate settings, Seneca College, Western University, and the University of Toronto. He has worked as an intern of exercise physiology at the Canadian Sports Institute Ontario. There Alex focused on athlete testing for Swim Ontario and Softball Canada. His work was influential in creating a long-term strength and conditioning for Alpine Ontario. During the offseason, Alex works as a clinician and trainer in the daily training environments of NHL and OHL hockey players.
Andrew is a physio who is passionate about performance health and injury rehab. Andrew completed a research based Masters at the University of Western Ontario specializing in Physiology. He then travelled to Australia to complete a Master of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney. During his time in Australia he worked at a clinic specializing in runners and active populations. During this time he also played American football, winning three state championships.
Having grown up playing football and rugby, Andrew knows what it's like to be injured. He has personally experienced the physical and mental challenges that patients face when injured, applies that firsthand knowledge to his work. Andrew has a special interest in ACL injuries after having recovered from one through 2019.