After receiving his Bachelor of Science Degree from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Dr. Quesnele attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. After graduating with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2010, he was accepted into the Clinical Sciences Residency Program at CMCC. This two-year post-graduate training program creates a clinical musculoskeletal specialist and researcher, who works well within interdisciplinary settings. Dr. Quesnele has several peer-reviewed publications, has presented his research in several international conferences, and is currently involved in many research projects.
Dr. Quesnele offers a patient-centered approach to chiropractic care. His goal is to educate patients about their problem, formulate a plan with them to help reduce the risk of recurrent bouts of pain, guide them in self-management strategies, and reduce their symptoms with the end goal of enhancing their function. To accomplish this, Dr. Quesnele determines the best treatment options suited for each patient’s unique needs. These include hands-on manual therapies such as manipulations or mobilizations, soft-tissue therapies, acupuncture, exercise and rehabilitation therapies and lifestyle education.
Dr. Quesnele is married to his beautiful wife Aimee and they have two boys and a girl, Thaddeus, Grayson and Auden. They enjoy travelling, playing sports, hiking and spending time at their family cottage.