Dr. Steve Martinow DC, (Hons) B.Kin


Specializing in athletic injuries, low back pain, workplace health and safety and chronic pain syndromes Certifications in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Functional Range Release and Advanced Certification in Lower Extremity Movement Analysis


I obtained my Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology at Brock University and my Doctor of Chiropractic degree
at New York Chiropractic College. During my clinical internship I studied and became certified in Medical
Acupuncture at McMaster University. I am also certified in Functional Range Release soft tissue system
and Athletic Movement Assessment.
Experience in Sports or Favourite Interests
I have played competitive sports at a high level, most notably baseball and hockey. I played two seasons in the semi-pro Intercounty Baseball League before attending chiropractic college. We won a bronze medal at the 2006 Junior National tournament for Team Ontario in baseball and I have won 4 other provincial championships. Currently I am the team doctor for the Brantford RedSox of the Intercounty
Baseball League. I have currently taken up Crossfit as a means of working out and staying fit.
Most Recent Accomplishments
Getting married in July of 2015
Went white water rafting in the summer of 2016 on the Ottawa River
I am currently in the process of teaching myself how to play piano and soprano saxophone.
Favourite Place I Have Been
Backpacking Italy (Rome, Sorrento, Capri, Florence, Cinque Terre, Venice)
One Hobby I am Best At
Participating in a variety of athletic activities
One Fact about yourself that everyone would find interesting
I enjoy hiking, with one of my most memorable trips being hiking in the Adirondack Region in New York, Lake Louise in Alberta and Cinque Terre in Italy.