Originally from Nova Scotia, Dr. Adele Boudreau graduated from Dalhousie University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree with an honours thesis in Kinesiology.
She went on to further her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto where she went on to graduate in 2013 with “cum laude” and “clinic honours” distinctions. During her tenure at CMCC, she had clinic rotations at Anishnawbe Health Toronto and St. Michael’s Hospital, where she demonstrated special interest in aboriginal health, community health initiatives and multidisciplinary approaches to health.
Dr. Boudreau is fully bilingual, an Acupuncture provider, is certified in Thompson technique, Webster technique, Activator, and Graston technique. She has special interests in prenatal and postpartum care, as well as paediatrics having received training with the International Chiropractic Paediatric Association (ICPA). She is a recently published author in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (JCCA) on the topic of benign joint hypermobility syndrome.
In her spare time, she enjoys keeping active with her husband, daughter and Boston Terrier.