Dr. Peggy Malone is a Chiropractor who works with a diverse group of patients but has a specific interest in the care and treatment of athletes. As well as speaking and educating regularly about health and wellness matters, Dr. Peggy also offers her services as a Health and Wellness Consultant/Coach to those who are looking to take control of their health and go from exhausted to energized!!
Dr. Peggy completed her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, at the University of Guelph where she was a member of both the Women’s Varsity Basketball and Rugby teams. She then went on to earn her 4 year Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
Dr. Malone is full body and biomechanics certified in Active Release Techniques TM
She has completed three marathons, several half-marathons, two off-road triathlons and is a 4 time finisher of the 30km Around the Bay Road Race in Hamilton.
She has participated in the Peterborough Half Ironman Triathlon twice. In 2006 she finished the Madison Wisconsin Ironman Triathlon and in August of 2008 she finished Ironman Canada. She is also a member of the St. Thomas Women’s Basketball League.
In October of 2010, she participated in the Dublin Ireland Marathon to help coach her Aunt to her first marathon finish.
Her own athletic endeavors have given her valuable insight into working with athletes for both the care of injuries as well as for the improvement of athletic performance.
She works with a variety of athletes over a diverse cross section of sporting events and from all levels of competition, including children, weekend warriors, elite and Olympic athletes as well as several professional athletes.
She has traveled to the north east of China to teach English as a second language, as well as to Australia to work as a Chiropractor. She has also cycled from Vancouver, B.C., Canada to London, ON., Canada.
Dr. Peggy Malone currently appears as a regular ‘Wellness Wednesdays’ guest on the St. Thomas, Ontario Rogers Television show ‘Inside Elgin’. Look for her as the Host of the Rogers Television Show ‘Living Well’ where she interviews local health experts and offers advice to inspire people from all walks of life to take control of their wellbeing by taking responsibility for their health choices.