Dr. Michael
Cembroski

Chiropractor

Born in Edmonton and raised in Winnipeg, Mike graduated the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science in 2000. He moved to Minneapolis to attend Northwestern Health Science University, College of Chiropractic graduating with a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2004. During this time, Mike also completed his EMT certificate and worked at the University of Minnesota Emergency Medical Services.

Mike is also a member of The Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada). Chiropractic Sports Specialists keep active Canadians at their best by treating mechanical imbalances or dysfunctions. They get to the cause of the problem, so patients can focus on giving their best in whatever sport they are participating in.

Moving back to Manitoba, Mike has worked in Brandon and Hamiota and opened a private practice in Winnipeg in 2006.  He enjoys treating players from the sidelines and can be found at a Winnipeg Dynamo Kyiv Soccer game. Mike joined the Sport Medicine Clinic because of a strong belief in a team approach to health and wellness.

Dr. Michael Cembroski

3 Ways to Prevent Sport-Related Injuries

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3 Ways to Prevent Sport-Related Injuries

Now more than ever, we need distractions, and we need to have fun. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on communities and neighbourhoods all over the world, and people are looking for ways to stay active and energized.

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