Dr. Nolet

Dr Paul Nolet, DC, MSc, MPH, FRCCSS(C)

Dr. Nolet speaking in Montreal

Dr Nolet speaking at the World Federation of Chiropractic’s 2009, 10th Biennial Congress in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

After dedicating much of his early years to sports, Dr. Paul Nolet was led to chiropractic after his love of wrestling showed him the impact, and long-term effects of sports related injuries. Soon enough, he found himself graduating with a Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Currently working out of Wellington Ortho & Rehab, Dr. Nolet is a Chiropractor and Active Release Technique Provider. He offers treatment for many conditions such as lower back pain, neck pain, whiplash, work injuries, osteoarthritic conditions, joint pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis and headaches. His treatment is covered by many extended health care plans, the Work Place Safety and Insurance Board and Auto Insurance.

​Through word of mouth, Dr. Nolet has built strong rapport over the past 30 years from clients around the world, other practitioners, and high level athletes. He is eager to help you begin your journey to a pain free life. Contact us today to book a consultation.

Experience

Beginning his chiropractic journey in 1984 in Toronto Ontario, Dr. Nolet’s 30 years of experience has led him in many different directions. Making his way to Zimbabwe in 1989, he provided chiropractic treatment at the Medical Centre in downtown Harare. Practicing in Medical Centre allowed him to spend many hours observing  Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery. He returned to Canada with his wife and children in 1993, setting up practice in Guelph, Ontario.

Sometime between marrying his wife, and having four children, Dr. Nolet found time to become a member of numerous associations. These associations include, a Non-Surgical Member of the Canadian Spine Society, Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences, Ontario Chiropractic Association, and Canadian Chiropractic Association.

Mattamy National Cycling Centre

Dr Nolet at the Milton Velodrome, Pan Am Games 2015.

Providing years of service to the Canadian Sports Centre- Ontario, Dr. Nolet has provided treatment to high level athletes. Obtaining his sports injury specialty with the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) in 1989, he continued his education at Life University where he obtained a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training. Soon after, Dr. Nolet became an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner in 2006, and topped it off with a Master of Public Health from Lakehead University in 2009.

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Toronto Rockets, American Professional Soccer League (Dr Nolet, 3rd row on left)

A love of sports has led him to volunteering at major sporting events. Dr. Nolet has volunteered for the Ontario Winter Games in 2002. More recently, he has volunteered at the Pan Am Games in 2015 as a Medical Practitioner for soccer and indoor cycling. He was also on the medical staff of the Toronto Marlboros Major Midget Hockey Club (1984-85) and the Toronto Rockets of the American Professional Soccer League (1994).

Research

Dr. Nolet prides himself on his academic research and experience that has allowed him to become the exceptional chiropractor he is today. He did his graduate research at the Centre for Research Expertise in Improved Disability Outcomes (CREIDO), at Toronto Western Hospital of the University Health Network. Dr. Nolet was selected to present his whiplash research at the Toronto Western Research Institute, 2009 Annual Research Day.

Dr. Nolet will continue to publish his research as a PhD student in Forensic Epidemiology at CAPHRI School of Public Health and Primary Care at Maastricht University. This will allow him to continue his research on injury in motor vehicle collisions, combining his research on injury epidemiology with forensic medicine.

Publishing 15 papers to date, Dr. Nolet has published articles on: neck pain, lower back pain, and muscle pain. His research has been published in several scientific journals including:

European Spine Journal

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Accident Analysis & Prevention

The Spine Journal

PAIN®: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain

Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association

To read Dr. Nolet’s work click here: https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=_qZXNdUAAAAJ&hl=en