Dr. Redfern is a graduate of Lakehead University, where he received an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology. He went on to pursue his passion for manual medicine and received his doctorate from New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Redfern is also a member of the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR). He completed his clinical education in Buffalo, New York where he gained the knowledge to apply manual medicine to both the sports community and general public in a thoughtful and creative manner. He has been heavily inspired by Dr. Robert Luckey of Pittsford Performance Care, who mentored him in the integration of neurology into an effective practice model. The neurological aspect of care and its effect on recovery have always been a crucial focus of  Dr. Redfern’s in creating lasting improvement in his patients.

Between the time growing up in Cambridge, Ontario and living in Thunder Bay, Ontario and Buffalo, New York Dr. Redfern has always aspired to make a difference in the lives of those he met. He has a passionate desire for advancement in the field of health care. His primary reason for being so devoted in his field is frustrating experiences with managements of loved ones previous injuries. He has made it his mission to simply deliver the absolute highest level of care in the shortest time frame possible in order to return his patients to what they enjoy as quickly as possible.


Dr. Maranger is a graduate from the University of Ottawa, where he received an Honours Bachelor of Science with Specialization in Human Kinetics. During this time he followed his passion for health care and worked as a strength and conditioning coach for high performance athletes as well as a personal trainer for clients of all ages and abilities. 


During this time Dr. Maranger realized that many of the individuals he would work with also presented with forms of painful movement disorders. This realization is what prompted him to pursue his passion of manual medicine and receive his Doctorate from New York Chiropractic College with academic honours and received an advanced certificate in Sport Science and Human Performance. Additionally, Dr. Maranger has specialized in neurofunctional acupuncture where he completed the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University and is certified in Active Release Technique (ART).


Dr. Maranger has been heavily inspired by the Buffalo Bills team Acupuncturist Dan Dominguez, who mentored him in leveraging the nervous system through an acupuncture lens to both treat and decrease the risk of injuries. The neurologic aspect of care and its effect on recovery have been crucial factors for Dr. Maranger in patient care.


Docteur Maranger est parfaitement bilingue en Français et en Anglais.

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