About Dr. Donald Millar
Dr. Donald Millar was born and raised in London, Ontario.
Dr. Donald Millar has more than 25 years experience as a chiropractor, treating low back pain, neck pain, headaches and sporting injuries.
An award-winning graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, he was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences in 1996.
Dr. Donald Millar has undergone extensive post-graduate training as an athletic injury specialist, as well as achieving certification in Active Release Technique.
Dr. Donald Millar takes a holistic view of treating and healing your body — and listens attentively to what you have to say. The length of your first appointment is generous to allow for a thorough chiropractic examination where nothing is left to chance.
By taking a whole body approach to healing – and with a number of chiropractic treatments available – Dr Millar ensures a gentle, effective recovery…
With an explanation of your injuries in words you can understand!
He has volunteered at a variety of sporting events, including the:
- 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney
- 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg
- 2001 World Figure Skating Championships in Vancouver
- 2001 Canada Summer Games in London
- 2006 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in London Ontario
- 2006 Canadian Women’s Open in London Ontario
- 2012 Brier in London Ontario
- 2013 World Figure Skating championships in London Ontario
As well as treating members of the:
- London Knights
- London Majors
- London City Soccer Club
- Canadian National Rowing Team
- Dr Millar has also volunteered at competitions for:
- Women’s Hockey
And over the years has worked with: hockey players, soccer players, baseball players, rowers, swimmers, tri-athletes, golfers, runners, figure skaters, cyclists and more.
It is this active participation in sport that has enabled Dr. Millar to gain valuable practical knowledge in not only the treatment — but also the prevention of injuries through exercise, nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Donald Millar continues to train up to 3 nights a week and is an active competitor in track and field events. At the 2008 Provincial Championships he won gold medals in the triple and long jump – and bronze in the 100m and 200m.
- Honours B.Sc., University of Guelph, 1976
- Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto (Cum Laude), 1984
- Royal Fellow of Chiropractic Sports Sciences, 1996
- Member of the:
- College of Chiropractors of Ontario
- CMCC Governor’s Club
- Canadian Chiropractic Association
- Ontario Chiropractic Association
- London Chiropractic Society
- Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
- Canadian Foundation for Spinal Research
- International Federation of Sports Chiropractic
- Chiropractors for Elite and Professional Athletes