Dr. Jarrod Goldin is an Assistant Professor and clinician at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. After earning an undergraduate degree in Science from York University, he completed a Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1996. Dr. Jarrod’s past research focused on chiropractic education for aboriginal health centres. He has contributed articles to Topics in Clinical Chiropractic and other academic journals. He is recipient of the Canadian Chiropractic Association “Top 20 Future Leaders in Chiropractic under the age of 40” Award. Dr. Jarrod enjoys working with all types of people and populations with an emphasis on diagnosis and evidenced based treatment plans.
Dr. Jarrod is married with two daughters – his wife is a yoga teacher and hobby farmer and his elder daughter is at Queen’s University and his younger daughter is in high school. In his spare time Dr. Jarrod enjoys golf and playing guitar with his friends.