Dr. Heather Munroe graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2005. She has practiced in Toronto, Vancouver, owned a multidisciplinary clinic in Collingwood Ontario and has been practicing in Pemberton for the last ten years. Previously, she attended the University of Utah on an alpine skiing scholarship and completed her undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia in 2000.
During her chiropractic education, she became fully certified in Active Release Technique (ART), which is a soft tissue, movement based, massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. She has taken extensive orthotic training courses and finds orthotic inserts a “game changer” for some. A mother herself, Heather has completed several courses from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).
Heather is a former member of Canada’s National Alpine Ski Team and an avid cyclist and runner. As a devoted runner, she qualified for and completed the Boston Marathon in 2004. Since then, she found the love for mountain biking and ultra trail running. Living in Pemberton, she appreciates her backyard playground and is found biking, running and or skiing. She won the Whistler Soudain Couloir extreme race in 2022 and has raced the infamous Peak to Valley race for over 20 years. Through her extensive sporting career she gained profound experience in dedicating herself to training and sports injury management. Chiropractic care helped Heather through her own back injuries and from those positive experiences she decided to pursue this form of health care as her career.
Heather’s communication and listening skills combined with healing energy and strong hands on treatments allow her to help her patients to achieve pain relief, injury prevention, and performance enhancement through a drug-free, non-invasive approach. She invites you to discover the role that chiropractic care can have in helping you reach your highest personal potential.