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Dr. Trevor Deleo was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He was heavily involved in sports throughout his childhood and adolescence, which unfortunately, led to a variety of injuries. These injuries led to first hand experience of physical medicine, and thus, his curiosity of human anatomy and manual therapy began.

Following his high school graduation, Dr. Deleo pursued a degree in Kinesiology at Lakehead University.  He completed his Bachelor's degree while maintaining a position on the Dean’s List for the duration of his four years at Lakehead University. During his undergraduate education, Dr. Deleo started working at a chiropractic clinic, which allowed him to encounter some of the powerful and life-changing experiences noted by patients. At this point, Dr. Deleo was convinced he wanted to become a chiropractor and assist the residents of the city he was raised in. Four years later, Dr. Deleo graduated Cum Laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and has been practicing in Thunder Bay since 2017.

In his spare time Dr. Deleo enjoys golfing, playing and coaching hockey, reading and staying active by any means necessary. Since graduating, Dr. Deleo has pursued further education, taking courses in: Functional Integrated Acupuncture, Chiropractic Care for Disc Patients, Pediatric Chiropractic Care, and GLA:D Canada (Good Living with Osteoarthritis: Hip & Knee Osteoarthritis).  He firmly believes in staying up to date on the newest research to provide his patients with the most recent evidence-based care. Additionally, Dr. Deleo has his Level 1 TPI Golf Certification.

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Dr. Rylan Henley was born and raised in Longlac until the age of 14, when he moved to Thunder Bay to play a higher level of hockey. Dr. Henley is bilingual, speaking both English and French fluently. Growing up, hockey was an important part of his life and throughout Rylan’s hockey career he would get his injuries treated with chiropractic care and this influenced his decision to pursue a career in chiropractic. Dr. Henley received a scholarship to play NCAA hockey at Concordia College in Minnesota, which is where he completed a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Exercise Science and a Minor in Biology. Following these 4 years, he attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, where he completed 4 years of chiropractic college. Rylan’s current interests include coaching hockey (assistant coach for the Kam River Fighting Walleye Jr. A team), golf, fishing and keeping up to date with the most current chiropractic research.

Dr. Henley offers chiropractic appointments in both English and French. These appointments typically involve various treatment options such as spinal manipulative therapy (adjustments), soft tissue therapy/manual release therapy, nutrition advice, rehab/prehab and patient education amongst other techniques. He is also certified in Clinical Acupuncture and has his Level 2 Medical TPI Golf Certification


M  9am - 5pm
Tu 8am - 6pm
W 8am - 7pm
Th 8am - 6pm
F  8am - 5pm


1184 Roland Street 
Suite 1200, P7B 5M4 
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

(p) (807) 623-2884

(f) (807) 623-8608

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