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Dr. Lori Batch
Chiropractor

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Dr. Lori Batch graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) of Toronto in 1999. Prior to attending CMCC, Dr. Batch attended Lamar University in Texas on a full NCAA Division I tennis scholarship, completing her Bachelor of Science at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia.

Born in Vancouver, Dr. Lori Batch aspired to be a health care professional from a young age. Growing up with two parents in the health care field helped cultivate this early interest in health and wellness. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Batch focuses on helping people achieve optimal health from acute care management to wellness and preventative maintenance care. In addition to being a chiropractor, Dr. Batch is also a certified personal trainer with specialties in core strength training and pre-&-post natal fitness.

In her practice, Dr. Batch has a special interest in helping recreational as well as elite athletes in preventing and treating sports related injuries and achieving optimal performance. Dr. Batch has volunteered her professional services at many provincial and international sporting events, including the Ontario Summer Games, the Ontario Women's Hockey Provincial Championships, the Women's World Hockey Championships, and the 2015 Pan Am Games for both the tennis and equine sporting events.

In 2011, Dr. Batch completed specialty training in Animal Chiropractic from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre (VCLC) in Brantford, Ontario. Dr. Batch provides chiropractic care to all animals including dogs, cats, and horses, from companion animals to elite athletes, at all stages of life. Since graduating from this program, Dr. Batch has completed additional Advanced Certification in Canine and Equine Techniques. Dr. Batch is a Board Certified Member of the College of Animal Chiropractors, which regulates the practice of animal chiropractic in Canada.

Dr. Batch continues to be actively involved in sports and athletics, and enjoys spending time at the cottage with her two rescue dogs, Bailey and Lexi, and her cat Tiger.