Community Chiropractic Center


Dr. Todd Small

To meet Dr. Todd is to wonder “where does he get so much energy?” Dr. Todd has been running marathons and triathlons since 2005.  He has completed Ironman Canada twice along with countless other races. It is this dedication to the sport of triathalons that gives him the focus and determination to succeed in other aspects of his life including the practice of chiropractic and at home with his family.
Throughout his early life in Saskatchewan, Dr. Todd was focused on hockey which is what most of the kids from the prairies play! After graduating from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1999, Todd settled in Windsor with his wife Sarah and started a family which has now grown to include three kids and two dogs.
Dr. Todd finds that having specific daily goals helps him to prioritize his day and to be present at whatever he is doing. Educating patients about chiropractic and healthy living inspires him to live his life with enthusiasm and vigor.


Dr. Sarah Dale

Dr. Sarah may not be training for triathalons, but it takes just as much energy and organization to be the partner in this team.
Most women would probably agree that working, raising a family and staying healthy is a juggling act. To balance out this equation, Dr. Sarah is at the office three days a week which allows her to maintain her practice and have sanity at home.
Dr. Sarah grew up in Windsor and spent most of her time training with the Windsor Aquatic Club. She kept up the sport of swimming throughout her undergraduate studies at the University of Guelph
Dr. Sarah has enjoyed working with her patients since she graduated from Canadian Memorial College in 1997. Many of them have been practice members since her early days in practice.


Spencer Jean  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 sls7639-spencer-jean-7031-8x12300ppi-fullSpencer underwent his undergraduate studies on a dual athletic (hockey) and academic scholarship at Florida Gulf Coast University and Adrian College.  Forced into early athletic retirement due to injuries, Spencer decided to enter the field of osteopathy by studying in the Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice program at the National Academy of Osteopathy and in the Doctor of Osteopathy program at the National University of Medical Sciences.  Upon graduation, he found himself back in his home town of Windsor, Ontario to set up his osteopathic practice.  Spencer furthered his academic endeavours with a Master’s of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration.


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