Dr. Angelica Dimopoulos BSc (Hons, Biology), D.C.
Dr. Angelica holds a Bachelor of Honours Specialization in Biology from Queen’s University. She
graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
in Toronto. Dr. Angelica continued her education outside of chiropractic with Level 1 and 2 certifications in
Fascial Manipulation and Concussion Management. She believes in an evidence-based practice and is
committed to patient-centered care. During her treatment sessions, she incorporates manual chiropractic
adjustments, mobilizations, soft tissue techniques, active rehabilitation and modalities, when appropriate. She
values working with her patients to educate them on their health and wellbeing. Dr. Angelica is excited to join
the Active Life Conditioning therapy team. She looks forward to helping members of the ALC community feel
better, move better and perform better!
Dr. Angelica grew up in Toronto, Ontario. From a young age, Collingwood has been her home away
from home and she has spent much time in town snowboarding, hiking, cycling and enjoying the outdoors.
She has grown up very active participating in several sports. She is passionate about dance and is technically
trained in a variety of dance styles. She continued to dance throughout university and taught several classes
for the Queen’s Dance Club. She is also an avid ultimate frisbee player. She enjoys travelling, spending time
outdoors and with family and friends, and watching hockey (Go Leafs Go!).
Dr. Angelica is a professional member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, the Ontario
Chiropractic Association and the College of Chiropractors of Ontario.
Favorite quote: “Why walk when you can dance!”
Favourite food: French Fries/Plain Greek Yogurt/Pasta
Favourite sport: Hockey, Dance, Cycling
Favourite workout song: Disco Fever! Any 70’s funk!
Favourite place to visit: Anywhere in Europe! Especially Greece (hard to not be biased)
Favourite outdoor workout in Collingwood area: Cycling Grey Rd 19 (or trying to) or Hiking the Bruce Trail
Favourite exercise: Single leg deadlift (it’s all about balance!)