Dr. John Super has been practicing in Toronto with Dr. Len Green since graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2001. He splits his time between two practices; The Performance Health Centre on Fraser Ave in Liberty Village (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning) and the Forest Hill Chiropractic & Massage Clinic on Walmer Road, (Tuesdays, Thursday, and Fridays afternoon).
Dr. Super offers and has taken advanced education in chiropractic, Active Release Techniques (ART), Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Graston Technique, and Kineseo-taping. In his practice, he often utilizes exercise instruction, and physical therapy modalities such as laser therapy, shock-wave therapy, spinal decompression therapy, ultrasound and IFC. “It’s not about having many treatment options; the real expertise comes in knowing when and where to appropriatly use them.”
Dr. Len Green graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1993. Upon graduation, he became an associate at The Beaches Chiropractic and Massage Centre on Queen St. in the beautiful beaches community. There he learned many of the ins and outs of running a practice, but more importantly, gained valuable experience in treating and helping patients reach their health goals.
Dr. Green is now in his 24th year of practice, and still has the same energy as he did on day one. “Patients walk into our office in pain, feeling awful and down about their condition. After doing a thorough assessment and revealing a diagnosis, we are able to apply the most appropriate and effective therapy and then the best part happens...the patient gets BETTER. This is why i love chiropractic.”
Richard Llanera has been practicing massage therapy in Toronto since he graduated from the Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2013. He dedicates his time in two disciplines; he is a Registered Massage Therapist at the Forest Hill Chiropractic & Massage Clinic, and he is an accomplished martial artist and instructor at multiple City of Toronto community centres.
Working as both an RMT and a martial artist, he continually learns new things about the dynamic connections between the body and its mechanics. He applies this unique blend of knowledge when treating in the clinic and training young athletes.