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About Us

Dr. Andrew Robb BA, DC, FRCCSS(C), CSCS, Acu., ART®

Co-director of Athletic Movement Assessment Inc.
Chiropractic Sports Specialist
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Medical Acupuncture Provider
Active Release Techniques Provider

Dr. Andrew Robb holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brock University where he also was a member of the Canadian National Championship Baseball Team. He went on to graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and eventually post graduate fellowship from the Royal College of Chiropractors of Sports Sciences.

Dr. Robb has published in various scientific journals in the areas of soft tissue therapy, baseball biomechanics, shoulder injuries, and functional movements. He is on clinical faculty at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. Robb has collaborated with various organizations including, Canadian Athletic Coaching Centre and American Sports Medicine Institute. Dr. Robb also contributes to STACK.com on various topics of strength and conditioning and baseball performance.

Dr. Robb focuses in the area of baseball pitching biomechanics, throwing injuries, and sports performance and conditioning. He is a consultant for various baseball organizations from little league to provincial to intercollegiate levels.

Dr. Bryon Weinberg BA, DC, CSCS, Acu., ART®

Co-director of Athletic Movement Assessment Inc.
Chiropractor
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Medical Acupuncture Provider
Active Release Techniques Provider

Dr. Bryon Weinberg holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pre-Law from the University of Hawaii, where he was on a tennis scholarship for the Division 1 NCAA men's team. During his time with the university, he defeated numerous top ranked players and helped the team achieve its first NCAA Division 1 ranking in school history. Upon graduation, he competed on the Professional Futures Circuit where he achieved a world ranking in doubles. After many years as a competitive tennis player and numerous injuries he pursued a career in chiropractic medicine. Dr. Bryon Weinberg went on to graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Combining his skills and experience, Dr. Weinberg has been able to help athletes from all different sports achieve their goals through treatment, rehabilitation, and pre-habilitation programs. During the summer months, Dr. Weinberg has been requested as a hitting partner at the Rogers Cup professional tennis tournament, where he has practiced with numerous players, including top 10 world ranked men and women on the ATP and WTA tour. Besides keeping his tennis skills sharp, to keep fit, Dr. Weinberg also trains in various forms of martial arts.