Welcome To Village Chiropractic in Scarborough
Village Chiropractic
Family Health and Sports Injury Clinic
Dr. Peter Cauwenbergs Phd., MSc., BSc., DC

Dr. Cauwenbergs is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), where he is also a longstanding faculty member. He first studied at the University of Guelph, where he earned an Honours Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Zoology (1977). He continued his education first at the University of Toronto and received a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Human Anatomy (1981) and then at McMaster University, where he received his Ph.D. in Medical Sciences, with specialization in Neuroscience (1987). He then spent one year as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, where he also taught undergraduate physiology for one year before joining the faculty at CMCC. Dr. Cauwenbergs is also an active member of a number of national and international scientific associations including the Society for Neuroscience, the Canadian Association for Anatomy, Neuroscience and Cell Biology (CAANCB), the Southern Ontario Neuroscience Association, the American Association of Clinical Anatomists and the International Association of Medical Science Educators. He also sits on the National Scientific Advisory Council for the CAANCB.

He is currently Director of the Biological Sciences Division and Chair of the Anatomy Department at CMCC, where he teaches Human Anatomy and Neuroanatomy to undergraduate students of chiropractic. In addition to his teaching Dr. Cauwenbergs maintains an active research program at CMCC in the field of clinical neurology.

Dr. Cauwenbergs and his family, wife Connie and two sons, Steven and David, moved to Highland Creek in 1986 and he has been an active member of the community, first as a baseball coach with Meadowvale Softball and then with West Hill Baseball and he served as the trainer for the Scarborough Cardinals Baseball Club for 3 years. He has also been a leader and executive member with the Third Highland Creek Scout Group for many years. The family enjoys numerous outdoor activities, especially, camping, hiking and fishing.


Positions Held

  • Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Director, Division of Biological Sciences
  • Chair, Department of Anatomy
  • Associate Professor of Anatomy
  • Postgraduate Adjunct Professor


  • Member: Research Committee for Ontario Schools of Anatomy




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Dr. Peter Cauwenbergs PhD, MSc, BSc, DC

Dr. Peter Cauwenbergs Owner, Founder and Chiropractor at Village Chiropractic in Scarborough, Ontario.

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Village Chiropractic in Scarborough offers computerized gait assessment and custom made orthotics.

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