Dr. Robert Neposlan, M.B.A., D.C.
Dr. Rob, as his patients warmly call him, graduated from Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, MO in 1996 with a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree. The following year, he opened his practice, Family Chiropractic Wellness Centre, in Amherstburg, Ontario and continues serving this community today.
Dr. Rob is a firm believer in continuous education – seeking as much information as possible about health and wellness to best serve his patients. Over the years he has studied with dozens of leading Chiropractors and Health Professionals on topics ranging from nutrition and energy based healing techniques (www.allergywellness.ca) to the most effective and gentle chiropractic techniques (www.amherstburgchiropractic.com) available, including the most effective methods of dealing with biomechanical foot abnormalities and pain syndromes.
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After several years in practice, Dr. Rob began to fully appreciate the impact that proper foot mechanics had on overall health and wellness. He began to study in more detail the effects that feet have on posture, spinal health, joint pain and the propensity for injury. His studies and experience working with orthotics, lead him to the decision to be trained directly by the founder of Fastech Labs www.fastechlabs.net , Glen Cumberland. Glen successfully completed studies in foot management at Ball State University and Northwestern University, as well as, offering over 30 years of experience in the prescription footwear industry. The Fastech products are used in hundreds of hospitals and clinics, as well as, over 50 top NCAA college athletic programs and in every major professional sport including our very own Detroit Lions and Tigers. Olympic training centers and 20 of the top 50 ATP Tour (Tennis) players also utilize Fastech orthotics.
After several years of personally crafting orthotics by hand, Dr. Rob continued on to train with The Orthotic Group (www.theorthoticgroup.com) in Canada. For over 25 years, this group has offered top quality custom orthotics and is the largest facility in Canada. The Orthotic Group was one of the first companies to develop a scanning device which uses advanced digital technology which now allowed the doctor to observe the foot in motion and detect variables of abnormality that static assessment techniques could not. The bottom line is that for advanced biomechanical faults, there is no better device available to address the unique issues which might appear once the foot is in motion.
Depending on your particular problem, be assured that a custom made solution exists at Orthotics Now.