Connor Fairweather, DC

Dr. Fairweather specializes in delivering customized chiropractic care. His approach focuses on the health of the spine and nervous system while incorporating functional movement and manual therapy techniques to restore function and vitality to the whole body.

Connor’s experience with functional assessment and movement analysis, as well as his training in chiropractic, give him a unique ability to see the human body and help patients on their journey to living pain free and feeling their best.

Connor Graduated from the University of Victoria where he earned a combined bachelor’s degree majoring in Mathematics and Economics. From and early age, Dr. Fairweather has been intrigued by the intricacies of the human body, movement, and health, and so upon graduating, Connor forwent his “Wolf of Wall Street” dreams and shifted towards a career he was truly passionate about.

As a lifelong patient himself, Connor has always been fascinated by, and experienced the life-changing benefits of chiropractic care. Connor grew up playing many sports, from competitive hockey and soccer to swimming and golf. Chiropractic care was always a big part of his athletic life to keep him injury free and feeling his best.

After leaving Victoria and a short stint in Nanaimo where he met Dr. Dave and Dr. Alex, Connor enrolled at University of Western States. Connor concluded his time in Portland by earning his second bachelor’s degree in Human Biology along with his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine, graduating with honours. During his time at UWS, Connor acted as president of his school’s chapter for Rehab2Performance, a national organization dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of movement and assessment and integrating those into high quality patient-centred care.

Connor went on to serve on the national student board for R2P, and organized a seminar hosting outfit where he helped run and attended dozens of seminars while in school. Continuing education has been a large part of Connor’s journey as a chiropractor, giving him well over 300 hours of outside education from some of the brightest minds in the profession.

Dr. Fairweather is Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) Exercise certified and is also trained in:

DNS Clinical
DNS strength (DNS-ST)
Motion Palpation (MPI)
Neuro-Dynamic Solutions (NDS)
Mckenzie Method (MDT)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
Neurocentric Approach (NCA)
Dermal Traction Method (DTM)
Functional Movement Screens (FMS)