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Gregory Uchacz

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Dr. Gregory Uchacz

Gregory Uchacz, DC, FRCCSS(C), CSCS, FICC
Born June 6, 1968
Nationality Flag of Canada.png Canada
Education Chiropractic
Alma mater Palmer College of Chiropractic-West
Occupation Chiropractor
Years active 1990's-Present
Employer self
Known for Sports Chiropractic
Title Chiropractor, (DC)
Board member of Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada)

Gregory Uchacz, DC, FRCCSS(C), CSCS, FICC, is a Chiropractor practicing primary care sports chiropractic in the Alberta, Canada community of Calgary [1]where he has been in private practice since 1992. Dr. Uchacz was born June 6, 1968. He is a 1992 graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic-West (PCC-W)[1].

Dr. Uchacz works with élite and professional athletes from several disciplines with an emphasis on athletic injury treatment and rehabilitation[1]. He has provided health care support for a variety of sports at over 160 National and International events[1]. Dr. Greg Uchacz served from 2002-2010 as President of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada), one of the five sports health care professions recognized by the Canadian Olympic Committee and other Canadian Games organizations. He now serves as the Past-President of this organization.

He is a frequent national and international lecturer[1]. He is also a preferred provider for the Canadian Sports Centre – Calgary. Over the past several years, he has traveled extensively with Canadian sports teams, such as: Athletics canada[citation needed], Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton. [2]. As of 2011 he serves as the Health Care Director of Nordic Combined & Ski Jumping Canada.[citation needed].


Major Sports Events attended

  • 1999 - Pan Am Games - Winnipeg [2]
  • 1999 - World University Games [2]
  • 2002 - Winter Olympic Games - Salt Lake City [2]
  • 2003 - Pan Am Games - Dominican Republic [2]
  • 2006 - Winter Olympic Games in Torino. He attended in Italy as a member of the Canadian Health Care Team.[4]

External Links

Palmer College Bio Page