He did his undergraduate work at the University of Windsor. There he was introduced to Human Kinetics, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, and Human Anatomy. With a passion for healing, he decided to pursue Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, CA. While there he was exposed to Nutritional and Eastern philosophies of healing and pursued learning in those fields upon graduation.
After graduating he chose to study Chinese medicine and became licensed in acupuncture in 2006 and complimented his study of acupuncture and chiropractic with a thorough education in functional medicine.
In 2010 he began implementing Applied Kinesiology into his practice and watched some of the most astonishing patient transformations of his career. Applied Kinesiology not only provided one of the most valuable diagnostic methods for problems in the structural system of the body but also showed the impact of Food Toxins/Sensitivities, Heavy Metals, Parasites/Fungus/Virus/Lyme/Candida/Bacteria, Chemicals, Mold toxins (Mycotoxins) and their effects on human function.
Dr. Robinson has published two papers on the topics of Mycotoxins and Biofilms, both of which he has had personal experience with and are contributors to many complex health disorders.
In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, hockey, skiing, biking, hiking, working out and spending time with his wife and kids. He also enjoy the outdoors and loves fishing especially when he goes home to Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada.