Dr. David Torrance




  • University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology
  • Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (Magna Cum Laude)
  • Fellowship of Chiropractic Clinical Sciences (Canada)
  • Certification in ART
  • Certified in Trigenics Myoneural Techniques
  • CanFitPro personal training certificate
  • Certified Level ‘C’ CPR and First Aid
  • Level 5 Personal Trainer

Dr. Torrance has always been drawn to the biological sciences and fitness, especially anatomy and physiology. He graduated with distinction from the Biology Department of the University of Western Ontario. He graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2006 and was active as a class rep for Student’s Council and for the fourth year Clinic Committee. Along the way, he earned the John Wallace Memorial Award for second highest average in first year, the John Duckworth Memorial Award for having the highest cumulative average in anatomy for years 1 and 2, the Governor’s Club Corporate Members Award for demonstrating leadership and service during the third academic year, and the CMCC President’s Award for having obtained high academic and clinical standing and contribution to student life over 4 years.

Dr. Torrance was selected for a position as a Clinical Sciences resident in the Division of Graduate Education and Research at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2006. He was a chiropractor at the multidisciplinary wellness center at Husky Injection Molding Systems in Bolton and at St. Michael’s Hospital on a referral basis with the physicians in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. He finished the program in 2011, receiving his Fellowship in Chiropractic Clinical Sciences later that year.

Dr. Torrance joined the Totum Life Science in 2005 as a personal trainer specializing in strength training, weight loss, and general fitness. He started practising Chiropractic at Totum in 2008 as part of their multidisciplinary health team. He uses a functional rehabilitation-based approach to return patients to their activities of daily living. He is also certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. He continues to contribute to chiropractic literature as well as participating as a reviewer for systematic reviews.

His recreational activities include weight training, rugby, running and cycling.