Toronto spine specialist, Dr. David Homer shares a story of a very painful neck condition called spasmodic torticollis or wry neck.
Dr. Homer graduated from Life University in 1997 with a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree and was honored as a National Dean’s List scholar (ranking within the nations top 1% of academic scholars). He was head of the radiology department at one of Life Universities’ clinics, and was hire to teach adjusting technique at the university. Dr. Homer also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the State of New York.
Dr. Homer previously maintained a family practice in Atlanta prior to returning to Toronto, Canada. He has practiced in Toronto for the past ten years and is the proprietor of Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre.
Dr. Homer has lectured internationally on such topics as health and wellness, chiropractic and work place stress. His emphasis is on looking at lifestyle challenges as they affect his patient’s health and treating the body as a whole.
Dr. Homer has worked with a wide range of athletes from high school to professional sports, including Olympic and NFL athletes, and pro-snowboarders; as well as many from the film, theatre, and music professions.