Dr. Christopher Di Natale is a chiropractic physician with a strong focus on evidence-based medicine and pain science, to assist patients return to their daily activities or sport as quickly as possible. He earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic, Cum Laude, at Logan College of Chiropractic after completing an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology – Movement Science at the University of Windsor.
Having experience providing chiropractic care to amateur, semi-professional, professional athletes, middle-aged/elderly patients, pre/post-natal women and those victims of neurological compromise (acquired and congenital), has better allowed Dr. Di Natale to serve all types of patients in practice and assist them in achieving their set goals.
Dr. Di Natale utilizes various chiropractic techniques, to ensure patients are receiving comfortable treatments. Aside from chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Di Natale has extensive training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture / Dry Needling, Active Release Technique (A.R.T®) and various other soft tissue techniques. Dr. Di Natale believes that functional rehabilitation plays a key-role in a patient’s recovery. Each patient receives individualized exercise programs, to address their main complaint. Aside from therapeutic rehabilitation, Dr. Di Natale has a passion for working with all types of athletes, providing performance-based rehabilitation, assisting all types of athletes in achieving a higher level of function in their sport.
Having played semi-professional hockey for 7 years prior to his education, receiving chiropractic care allowed Dr. Di Natale to perform at his highest potential and return-to-play quicker following injuries. Over the course of his hockey career, he has been involved with the Essex 73’s, LaSalle Vipers and Lakeshore Canadians organizations. Outside of sport, Dr. Di Natale enjoys spending time with his wife Tatjana, family and friends, and being in the outdoors (hunting, fishing, hiking). As the current chiropractor and performance coach for the LaSalle Vipers junior hockey club and University of Windsor Lancers Hockey Club, he strives to continue being active and giving back to his community.