Dr. Sinclair has practiced at Downtown Core Chiropractic Centre since 1997.

Darcie graduated in 1996 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto after earning an honours degree from Queen’s University in the Life Sciences program.

Following an initial course of acupuncture study in Sri Lanka in 1994, she has furthered her study of acupuncture at both McMaster University in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program and at programs offered through CMCC and elsewhere. Darcie's unique combination of acupuncture training allows her to combine the most effective components of traditional acupuncture with a scientific, evidence-based approach, which she has found maximizes the effect of treatment for her patients.

In conjunction with acupuncture and gentle joint manipulation, Darcie uses a wide range of soft tissue techniques to help her patients achieve their health and functional goals.  While many of her patients work in an office environment and have high stress jobs, she also treats many weekend, amateur and elite athletes.  She believes in creating a customized treatment plan for each individual with a focus on getting the patient back to what they want to do as soon as possible.

Darcie believes that ongoing education, both as an educator and a student, is essential to providing excellent care to her patients.  She is constantly striving to find new ways to help patients optimize their health and wellbeing.   

The following are some continuing education certifications obtained by Darcie: 

‍ •  McMaster University:  

‍    Contemporary Medical Acupuncture

‍        Core Program

‍        Upper Limb Specialty

‍        Functional Assessment and Management   

‍  •  Certified Animal Chiropractor

‍  •  Kinesiotaping Technique Provider

‍  •  Graston Technique Provider

‍  •  Functional Capacity Evaluation & Performance Enhancement

‍  •  Rehabilitation of the Athlete

‍  •  Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization 

‍  •  Craniosacral Therapy Level 1

Dr. Sinclair was  a part-time faculty member at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College from 1998 through 2012 where she facilitated third year students in honing their diagnostic and patient care skills.

Combining her long time love of animals, with her years of chiropractic experience, Darcie is also a certified animal chiropractor helping dogs and nice cats with their movement and functional issues. Darcie completed an intensive training program at the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre and is also a member of the College of Animal Chiropractors, which strives to ensure that its members provide the highest quality of care to our furry friends.  

Darcie is licensed by the College of Chiropractors of Ontario and is a member in good standing of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, the Ontario Chiropractic Association and the Acupuncture Council of Ontario.

Dr. Sinclair’s Clinic Days