Meet the Doctor

Dr. Emily Roback

Emily Roback

Dr. Emily Roback began eight years of post-graduate education with a Bachelor of Science degree from Laurentian University and a four-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. She then went onto complete an eight year business development program in Alberta and Northwest Territories. She is currently the only female chiropractor with a profound sensory neural hearing loss in Canada. 

As an evidence-based health care professional, author and speaker, Emily is committed to on-going education and staying up-to-date on current research and literature.  Research is a passion for her. She currently works for SHAW TV (Channel 4) on a number of community shows. Most recently, she co-produced a Victoria Harbour Cats baseball promotion video exploring the topic of coaching and mentoring ball players. 

Entrepreneurship continues to be an important part of Emily's professional life. She continues to work with Chapters-Indigo to promote her book "A Silent Cheer: Against the Odds" across Canada, an inspirational story about overcoming adversity. Additional copies have been donated to Greater Victoria Public Library, Yellowknife Public Library, Calgary Public Library, Alberta Legislature Library and Northwest Territories Legislature Library. 

Emily maintained a private practice in Alberta for eight years followed by a temporary practice in Northwest Territories. Today, she is proud to be working with a group of chiropractic mentors to help her start up a family chiropractic practice in Parksville, British Columbia.

Dr. Roback

Her interest in the well-being and interests of the municipality and its community is rooted in her twenty years as an athlete and celebrity. Knowing how integral the relationship is between the community and athlete, treating them as a team is one of her goals. To that end, she has become the only chiropractor in Alberta named Global Calgary Woman of Vision.

Emily has been honored to be a member of several sport medical teams including Pan Am Games (2015), Challenge Penticton (2013), 24 Hours of Adrenaline (2010), and 1/2 Ironman Triathlon Sylvan Lake (2008).

She has worked with the Department of National Defense (Edmonton and Yellowknife) and the Municipal Police Air Service Unit (Edmonton and Calgary) on a variety of educational projects. In addition, she worked with equal enthusiasm with local amateur athletes and business professionals. 

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