Fortius Sport & Health is an integrated athlete development centre strengthened through philanthropy and focused on optimizing human performance for life.
Dr. Gerry Ramogida is the Director of Chiropractic for Fortius Sport & Health, and an internationally recognized chiropractor and performance therapist. He has been a practicing chiropractor since 1997 and has worked with dozens of high-profile professional and Olympic athletes. He has served on many Canadian national teams and across a wide range of sports from football, soccer, ice hockey and athletics. Moreover, he has the privilege of working for the Canadian Women’s Soccer Team and has been a chiropractic consultant with the NFL Seattle Seahawks since 2002. He was also brought on by the UK Athletics team as “their Lead” Performance Therapist for the 2012 London Olympics where they won six medals including four gold medals. His research interests include how manual therapy influences performance and motor learning, particularly as it relates to the teaching and acquisition of sprint technique and speed development.
Bachelor of Science, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic (summa cum laude), Western States Chiropractic College, Portland, Oregon
BC High School Football
BC Lions Development Camp, BC Senior Bowl.
BC Youth Soccer
Seattle Seahawks, NFL
BC Lions, CFL
USA Woman’s Hockey
Symetrics Professional Cycling Team
BC Karate National Championship Team
Women’s Soccer Team
Performance Therapist with UK Athletics – London 2012 Olympics.
Chiropractic Consultant to Athletics Canada – Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 Olympics.
Consultant with Seattle Seahawks (NFL) since 2002
Consultant to Bolton Wanderers FC - UK
Chiropractor for Fortius Sport & Health
Influence of manual therapy on skill acquisition in sprint mechanics.
Influence of manual therapy on injury frequency.
Influence of manual therapy on ground contact times/force production in sprinting.
Canadian Chiropractic Association
College of Chiropractors of BC
BC Chiropractic Association
General Chiropractic Council (UK)
FICS (International Federation of Sports Chiropractic)
Resident of the Canadian Chiropractic Sports SciencEs Fellowship Program.