Dr. Carl Eustace
Dr. Carl Eustace received his Doctor of Chiropractic at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Ontario in 1985 and holds bachelor's degrees in science (biochemistry) and education from Memorial University of Newfoundland. He is fully accredited with Canadian and the American chiropractic board examinations and has completed training in paraspinal surface electromyography and retains radiological privileges with Eastern Health Corporation of Newfoundland.
Dr. Carl Eustace was the winner of the Newfoundland Teacher's Association gold medal and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Research Award. He worked in biochemical and biomedical research at the MUN Renal Laboratory and Marine Sciences Research Laboratory, as well as Memorial's Biochemistry department.
Dr. Carl has helped to develop the Special Needs Upgrading School at the Sir Leonard A. Miller Centre in St. John's, held executive positions on the N&L Association for Adult Education, MUN Education and Physics Societies, MUN Education Executive Faculty Council, the Canadian Paraplegic Association and the Newfoundland and Labrador Chiropractic Association.
Besides being an experienced chiropractor who has been practicing in Newfoundland since 1985, he also co-operated Personal Injury Data Analysis International Inc, with a local orthopedic surgeon for a number of years, during which time he worked to combine medical orthopedic and neurological examination techniques with classical chiropractic examination procedures. This added greatly to his inter-professional knowledge and experience. He also worked as a consultant with Health Care Services at the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission in Newfoundland, Canada for approximately fifteen years.