Dr. Iannick Remillard
Growing up in Valleyfield Quebec, Dr. Rémillard has been an avid fan of chiropractic from participating in numerous sports discipline while growing up. It wasn't until he was 17 where he hurt his shoulder, while during the tryouts of Team Canada Junior for baseball that his pathway towards chiropractic started. After a trial with a couple of chiropractors, it is not until he met an Alumni for Palmer West who specializes in Sports Chiropractic and did some functional adjusting that was able to fix his shoulder.
Dr. Rémillard attended Canisius College in Buffalo NY where he was recruited to play division 1 baseball while pursuing his degree in Athletic Training. During his 5 years stent in Western New York, Dr. Rémillard was pursuing his dream of playing professional baseball, but meanwhile taking all the pre-requisite to attend chiropractic school. After not hearing his name during the 2016 MLB draft Dr. Rémillard packed his stuff and made his way to San Jose where he attended Palmer West Chiropractic College. His hard work was not left unnoticed in Buffalo where he was awarded Third Team All-American, Reliever of the Year and earning Conference Record for Saves in a single season throughout his Senior Year in 2016.
Throughout his journey at Palmer Dr. Rémillard join the famous Palmer West Sports Council club where he was able to participate in many event and offer treatments such as Valor Games, Sea Otter Classic, North Face Endurance Challenge, etc. When he was not at events during the weekends he was flying around the country to be involved in conferences such as ACA Sports Council, NCLC, NFL Combine in order to learn from the many leaders in the profession of Chiropractic.
Dr. Rémillard is currently working to get certifications in Sports Chiropractic, but he already specializes working with athletes because of his background as an Athletic Trainer. He is Full Body Active Release Technique (ART) certified and specializes in treating extremity and sports injuries.
When Dr. Rémillard is not at the office treating patients, he is a big fan of pushing the limits. As of lately he just earned his B-License as a Skydiver, and as a blue belt, he is slowly making his way to get his purple belt in Brazilian, Jiu-Jitsu. When he is not jumping out of planes or rolling around in the dungeon he enjoys a multitude of things such as Golf, Baseball, Strength Training, and Playing Guitar.