Dr. Adele Clark

Dr. Adele Clark was born and raised in Huntsville and has since returned to provide healthcare and continue her professional journey in her hometown. Adele earned her Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Lakehead University and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College where she received recognition for her leadership and clinical excellence.

Dr. Adele spent five years practicing in Seattle in a multidisciplinary clinic that specializes in treating injury, restoring function and optimizing health. Post graduate studies in advanced soft tissue rehabilitation and functional medicine coupled with her expertise in musculoskeletal and neurological health have allowed her to practice medicine with a more holistic approach. Dr. Adele puts her patients at the center of their care and encourages them on their journey to better health.

Adele has an affinity to empower women of all ages and abilities to build consistency, improve capacity and find joy in activity. She enjoyed competitive hockey throughout her life, and was a key component of both her OFFSA and OWHA qualifying teams. Adele is inspired to return to her roots in local women’s hockey both as a player in the MWHL and a coach for the High School women’s team. When she isn’t working with patients, you can find her expending creative energy in her wood shop or hiking throughout the beautiful Muskoka region with her dog.

EDUCATION / POSITIONS

HBKin – Lakehead University
DC – Doctor of Chiropractic (NYCC)
Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner

ATHLETICS

OWHA Championships – Huntsville Huskies
Coach – Huntsville High School Girls Hockey
Player – Muskoka Womens Hockey Association

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