Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette, DC, MS, DNM, RNP, Cert. Acup.

Helping People Manage Pain

      

 

About Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette

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Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette, DC, MS, DNM, RNP, Cert. Acup.

Doctor of Chiropractic,
Master of Science (Biology/Human Nutrition),
Doctor of Natural Medicine,
Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner,

Certified in Acupuncture

Certified Member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada)

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College of Chiropractors of Ontario Registration (Number supplied on request.)
Acupuncture Council of Ontario Registration (Number supplied on request.)
Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioners Registration (Number supplied on request.)

 

The Back Doctor

Dr. Ouellette has been a chiropractic clinician since 1973. Postgraduate studies in acupuncture, biology, nutrition, and sports injuries positioned him to make certain observations with regard to pain. His multi faceted background lead to a series of tools to evaluate and treat people in pain and people looking for optimal health. Some three and a half decades in the clinical field helped Dr. Ouellette draft certain principles. Science corroborates these principles and reinforces the approach for a pain relief lifestyle. We cannot stop the aging process, (yet), but we can help out a lot when people are in need, particularly when they are in crisis and need fast relief, faster than medical textbooks say we should heal. We are dedicated to teaching optimal health secrets and the pain relief lifestyle. Expert in the conservative treatment of conditions related to the spine and extremities. Dr. Ouellette has been involved with several pain relief services over the last three and a half decades, helping people manage pain and improve their lifestyles.

 

 

Trusted and Reputable Chiropractic Care

     Dr. Ouellette uses Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT) given by hand, in his treatments. The main treatments of chiropractic care are neck adjustments, mid back adjustments and lower back adjustments by hand to correct problem areas. These are the types of treatments used in numerous Peer-Reviewed published research papers showing the effectiveness and safety of chiropractic care.


Experienced
Dr. Ouellette has been a health care clinician for more than three and a half decades delivering care that covers many methods, procedures, and techniques.

What kinds of problems do we fix?
We fix pain problems. Many people have pinched nerves and a malfunctioning spine. We fix that and teach you how to strengthen your spine.

What if I don't have any pain?
Most people have something that they want to improve in themselves. We help you focus on the priorities that are best for you.



 

Clinic Director:

A Chiropractic Plus Clinic,  East Hamilton/Stoney Creek, Ontario

Pain Relief, Lifestyle Improvements, Optimal Health Secrets, Wellness
You choose your level of interest and we provide the service you need
whether that be therapy, products, knowledge or motivation.
Thirty six years helping people manage pain and instructing patients on optimal health secrets.
 
 
Author of TheQ, Lifestyle Questionnaire and Pain Assessment
Designer of The Twelve Week LIA Weight Loss Program
Author of Dr. Ouellette's Pain Relief Diet Manual
Author of Cheating on the Pain Relief Diet

Concept owner of the Canadian Lifestyle Health Care(.com), the Pain Relief Lifestyle(.com), the Pain Relief Diet(.com), Theq(.ca), Lifestyle Instruction(.com), Optimal Health Secrets(.com), and several other web sites.



 
Professional Summary
Graduate:
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, 1973
 
Graduate:
University of Bridgeport, 1987
Master of Science: Biology/Human Nutrition
 
Graduate:
Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science (Canada), 1989
 
Graduate:
International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture, 1984
 
Postgraduate Acupuncture training including LASER, TENS and  Electrical Stimulation
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Dr. Ouellette has a background with experience in a number of fields
and personal knowledge in a number of sports.
Dr. Ouellette blends knowledge on:
 
Chiropractic:
Private practice since 1973.

Six years teaching experience, as a spinal treatment technique instructor, at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Nutrition:
Master of Science Degree in Biology/Human Nutrition, 1987.

Nutrition counseling to patients since 1973.

Sports Injuries:
Three year course certification with the
Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada).      

Certified member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada).

Acupuncture:     
Certified with Acupuncture Council of Ontario, for treatment of injuries with  WSIB (formerly Workers Compensation Board (WCB) (Canada) and Motor Vehicle Accidents

Graduate of the International Academy
of Clinical Acupuncture 1984.

Clinical experience since 1985 with low powered cold laser acupoint therapy.

Lasers:     
Clinical experience with Cold Laser Acupoint therapy since 1985.

Occupational Health:     
Post graduate Seminars.

Practicing since 1973 in an industrial community.

Emergency Care:
trained by the Red Cross Society and the Canadian Heart Foundation in CPR in 1976 at the Basic Rescuer level, Instructor level, and Instructor trainer level.

Community Disaster Planning:     
Red Cross Society Community Emergency Planning Program
Instructor, Coordinator 1977.

 


Fast Healing
     Knowledge on Nutrition, Exercise, Acupuncture, Lasers and sports injuries, allows the integration of Ancient Techniques with those more modern, for fast relief and healing. This allows a reduced frequency of treatments in the treatment plans from the typical medical/physiotherapy model for a wide variety of conditions.

     Dr. Ouellette does a few things differently than the average chiropractor. Dr. Ouellette treats his patients using traditional spinal manipulative therapy delivered to the patient using the doctor's bare hands. He usually treats each of the three areas of the spine on every visit depending on what condition the patient presents with. This means, if a patient asks for care to treat a neck condition, Dr. Ouellette will adjust the neck, the middle back, and the lower back, on the same visit.  An adjustment is a manipulation by the doctor's hands, to achieve a cavitation sound or popping sound. This is the traditional work that chiropractors do on the hard, bony tissues of the body.

     Dr. Ouellette may elect to use five additional treatments as helper methods to achieve maximum pain relief as quickly as possible. The patient may receive all five of these additional therapies on the same visit or only a few of them. These therapies are used for the difficult to treat conditions that require a more comprehensive approach than spinal manipulation alone.

Cold LASER,
Painless types of both visible laser and the invisible Infrared Laser.

TENS, (transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
A specific form of safe electrical current passed through the skin of the patient.

Deep Fibre Therapy,
Deeper pressure with the doctor's fingers into the softer tissues surrounding the spine.

Hand TENS,
A unique type of treatment combining deep fibre therapy with TENS, that connects the doctor to the current path at the same time as the patient.

Nutritional Counselling,
Recommendations on both, the Pain Relief Diet, and nutritional supplements known to have some effect on reducing pain and inflammation.
 

 

 

Profile of Dr. Ouellette

Professional
     Degree:
Dr. Ouellette graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1973, and has clinical practices in Stoney Creek, Ontario, and Burlington Ontario
 
Degree:
He obtained a Master of Science degree in Biology/Human Nutrition, at the University  of Bridgeport in 1987. His Dissertation paper was on  "Sports Anemia"
 
Certified:
He is a certified member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) since 1989. This was a three year post graduate  program in athletic injuries. During this training he spent more than 30 hours as an observer in the Emergency Department of the Hamilton General Hospital.
 
Teaching:
He taught at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto from 1975 part-time, until 1982 while maintaining a private practice. Subjects taught were, spinal and peripheral joint diagnosis and treatment in each of the four college years.
 
Graduated
In 1984 he graduated from the International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture.
 
Instructor:
Dr. Ouellette  was Course Designer, Instructor and course Coordinator for the first Wilderness Emergency Care course at Mohawk/Humber College in the mid 1970's.

Coordinator:
Starting in 1977, Dr. Ouellette was an Instructor and Coordinator for the Red Cross Emergency services Community Disaster Planning
for Hamilton Oakville, St. Catharines.
 
Active:
He was involved in the community in a number of activities:
Water Safety Instructor,
Water Safety Instructor for the Disabled,
Water Safety Examiner,
First Aid Instructor,
First Aid Examiner,
First Aid Regional Examiner,
Member of Ontario Provincial First Aid Committee,
Member of Ontario Division First Aid     Management Committee.
He was involved with teaching and examining First Aid with the Hamilton Red Cross Society from 1973 to 1984, and teaching CPR at the Basic Rescuer, Instructor, and Instructor trainer level with the Ontario Heart Association from 1977 to 1983.
 
Commendation:
 In 1975 Dr. Ouellette received a
COMMANDER'S COMMENDATION
from the Hamilton Power Squadron. (Boating Safety)
 
Awarded:
In 1978 he was awarded the CERTIFICATE OF MERIT from the Canadian Red Cross Society.
 
Coach:
In 1976 he was the Hamilton swimming Coach for the blind for the 1976 Olympiad for the disabled.
 
Involved:

From 1985 he was involved with the Big Brother Association. In 1988 he was awarded the 3 year Service Award from the Big Brother Association.
In 1994 he received a letter of appreciation for 10 years service with Big Brothers.

In the last two years of his chiropractic schooling, Dr. Ouellette donated monthly to the Christian Children's Fund  supporting needy children overseas.

Dr. Ouellette was a past church treasurer at Church Of Our Saviour in Stoney Creek, Ontario.
 
Chiropractic       Society:
In 1997 Dr. Ouellette was instrumental in reestablishing the Hamilton Chiropractic Society which had been defunct for some five years.
 
Enrolled:
Dr. Ouellette attended numerous seminars and post graduate courses over the years, some of which were, X-ray diagnosis, Clinical skills, Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Stress Modification, Acupuncture, Chiropractic Specialty techniques, Occupational Health Seminars, Laser Seminars, Sports injuries Seminars.
 
Extra:
Dr. Ouellette has taken basic and advanced courses in Hypnosis, basic 6 week and advanced 6 week courses in Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) at Rosary Hill College in Buffalo, New York, courses in Basic Psychology, Asian Philosophies (Religion),  and Freedom & Ethics, at McMaster University.
 
Background:
He was the swimming pool manager Muskoka Inn and the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club.

He worked as a lifeguard & swimming Instructor & Examiner from 1969 to 1976 with the Red Cross & Royal Lifesaving Societies.

He was an Instructor for  Adapted Aquatics 1978.

He obtained the prestigious National Lifeguard Service award in 1966.

He was the evening Swimming pool manager at the Crippled Children's Centre in Toronto, teaching swimming to asthmatic & arthritic children.

He was involved with the Boy Scouts of Canada in several capacities as a Queen Scout, troop Leader and Venturer Leader in the 1960's.

He was a semi professional magician from 1962 to 1973 and a member of some of the same magic clubs as Doug Henning having traded magic trick secrets with him on several occasions. Dr. Ouellette was a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM), The Society of American Magicians (SAM), the Hamilton Magic Wand Club, and the Toronto Hat & Rabbit Club.
 
Sports:
The following sports have occupied a portion of Dr. Ouellette's free time:

Keel boat racing, Alpine skiing, Cross country skiing, Cycling, Swimming, Tennis, Squash, Racquet ball, Water skiing, & Scuba diving. His passions are sailing, skiing & Scuba diving. Dr. Ouellette  just recently took up Snowboarding (Year 2000) and Ballroom dancing along with Swing/Jive and Salsa. He rollerblades regularly once a week, plays squash once a week and dances once a week or more.
 
Memberships: Dr. Ouellette is a member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada),
the Acupuncture Council of Ontario,
the Ontario Chiropractic Association,
the Canadian Chiropractic Association .