About Dr. Kim Adie

Kim Adie, DC, cAVCA, MHSc (candidate)

  • Graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 1994 with Clinical Honours after studying Biology at Brock University
  • Maintained a family practice in Minden, ON, before attending post-graduate training in animal chiropractic in 2008
  • Studied various soft tissue and advanced adjusting techniques, including Cranial Sacral Therapy and advanced extremity adjusting; attended post-graduate courses in human and equine anatomy and neurology and canine myofascial therapies, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and Equitape therapies.
  • Following her passion, she left human practice to focus solely on animal chiropractic care.
  • Co-director and instructor at the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre from 2010 to present
  • Licensed with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario(CCO); long-standing member of the OCA, CCA, and CMCC; Certified in Animal Chiropractic by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (ACCC/AVCA).
  • Vice-President of the College of Animal Chiropractors (CoAC)(2013-2019)
  • Contributes to the evolution of the profession through teaching and research and is working on her Master’s Degree with a research interest in studying the effects of chiropractic care on sensory-motor functions in dogs
  • Proud owner of 1 office cat, Daisy, a retired Sports Mix, Reggie, and three Working Australian Kelpies, who love to work sheep.
  • In her spare time, Kim enjoys mountain biking, hiking, and dog sports. She has also competed internationally with Reggie, who received the 2014 Canadian Title of Ultimate Splash Champion. Go, Rockin Reggie!

 A personal note…

In addition to the extensive training required to become a chiropractor, 30 years of clinical experience, and a natural love of animals, my involvement in competitive dance and sport has given me a deep understanding and keen eye for balanced, symmetrical movement and its vital connection to health, well-being and performance. I believe this connection is even more important for animals. I am thrilled to adapt and transfer my chiropractic knowledge, experience and skilled hands to my animal patients. I am committed to excellence in what I do and the service I provide. I welcome communication and collaboration with other animal health care providers and have built many great professional relationships based on mutual respect and trust. It is very exciting and rewarding to do a job I love.

Full Stride Ahead!