- Honors Bachelors of Kinesiology
- Certificate in Advanced Athletic Therapy
- Doctorate of Chiropractic
- Graston Technique
- Certified Rocktape Doc in Fascial Movement Taping
- Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation (FAKTR)
- OTZ Technique – method of treatment for frozen shoulder syndrome
Dr. Michael Caione was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario where he received his Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from Lakehead University. After completing his degree in Kinesiology, he moved to Calgary, Alberta to pursue a Certificate in Advanced Athletic Therapy from Mount Royal University.
As an athletic therapist, Dr. Caione was blessed with the opportunity to work with multiple groups ranging from chronic pain patients (while working in a chronic/complex pain program) to national and Olympic level athletes. Through athletic therapy, Dr. Caione had the chance to work closely with chiropractors and realized how well the two fields complemented each other. He then decided to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California.
Dr. Caione is an active member and chiropractor of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team. Dr. Caione also continues his work with athletes of all levels at the fitness centre/Crash Conditioning location where he works closely with the strength and conditioning coaches as well as medical staff in the injury prevention and rehabilitation of the athletes.
While attending Palmer College, Dr. Caione became the vice president of the Palmer Sports Council and provided chiropractic/medical coverage for a variety of sporting events including: Santa Maria Rodeo, Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon, Sea Otter Classic, National Cheer and Dance Championships, San Jose State University Rugby and the Susan G Komen 3-Day Breast Cancer Walk.
Dr. Caione combines his exercise rehabilitation and soft tissue background from Athletic Therapy with his Chiropractic background to provide his patients with the tools needed to help treat and prevent injuries and increase their quality of life.