Elizabeth Douglas, DC, is a Chiropractor and Clinical Lead of Sports Health at Cleveland Clinic Canada Downtown. She has a strong background in physical fitness and has years of experience in chiropractic care. In her practice, Dr. Douglas uses a variety of techniques including Active Release, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Graston Technique and clinical acupuncture.

Dr. Douglas obtained her Bachelor of Kinesiology from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario before going on to complete her Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. While studying at Lakehead University, Dr. Douglas took on the role of teaching assistant for the subjects of Exercise Physiology and Human Anatomy. Dr. Douglas has also taken part in several research studies, including one for the Ontario Hockey Federation and the Canadian Hockey Association.

When she is not treating patients, Dr. Douglas enjoys running, cooking and spending time with her two children. Her family is involved in the wine industry in Niagara and used to own a winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake.


Doctor of Chiropractic
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Toronto, ON
Bachelor of Kinesiology
Lakehead University
Thunder Bay, ON


  • Long Tract Nerve Entrapments Active Release Technique
  • Clinical Acupuncture (CMCC)
  • Upper Extremity Active Release Technique
  • Lower Extremity Active Release Technique
  • Mulligan Concept Lower Extremity
  • M1/2 Graston Technique
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) Course A
  • Medical and Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified
  • R2P Post Concussion Management
  • R2P Advanced Concussion Management
  • GLA:D® education and exercise program for knee and hip OA

Specialty Interests

  • Dizziness
  • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)

Professional Memberships

  • College of Chiropractors of Ontario
  • Ontario Chiropractic Association
  • Canadian Chiropractic Association
  • Canadian Chiropractic Protective Agency
  • Acupuncture Council of Ontario