Dr. Wilbour Kelsick

Dr. Kelsick is the founder and spiritual core of the MaxFit Movement Institute. He has been working as medical staff with the Canadian National and Olympic teams for over 26 years. Also served with the NHL, NBA and attended 10 Olympic Games as health practitioner. In addition, he has been a sports medicine consultant with Olympic athletes from USA, Africa, Caribbean, and Sweden to name a few. His education and experience position him perfectly for this role.

Wilbour's network of colleagues and friends, gathered in his more than 30 years as a healthcare practitioner, expands what he can offer. He received his B. Sc. in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University, and his Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Wilbour has written and published several articles, is a contributing author for a medical text and recent contributor to Fascia in Sports and Movement (Schleip-Handspring Publishing) and to the Australian Journal of Massage Therapy.

As founder of the “Teach Me to Run Workshop” (an internationally presented workshop on running technique, efficiency and injury prevention) he is passionate about the science of human movement. In addition, he is contributing lecturer internationally in his speciality of sports and rehabilitative medicine. In the past he sat on the editorial board of the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (peer review journal).

His two specialties are sports medicine and rehabilitative medicine and is a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) and the College of Chiropractic Rehabilitative Sciences (Canada).

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Wilbour Kelsick and Niall Galloway: Integrating Alternative and Complementary Fascia therapies into Conventional medicine

Present day health care practitioners are basing their clinical practice concept on the newly resurrected principles of connective tissue anatomy and physiology – fascia science. In today’s world patients will seek out several different practitioners to address their different health issues. Finding a way how these many health care approaches (conventional & alternative therapies) can…


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