Dr. Daniel Comeau, DC


Dr. Daniel Comeau is an award-winning chiropractor whose career began in 2012. Dr. Comeau is single-minded in his drive to seek results-oriented solutions in the treatment of his patients. This approach has allowed him to grow a practice at an accelerated rate and tap into many local, provincial and national sports organizations, and due to this, he has largely considered an inspiration to other chiropractors in the profession.

Dr. Comeau is an opinion leader and collaborator in the profession, working very closely with provincial and national bodies such the Canadian Chiropractic Guidelines Initiative (CCGI), an organization that is charged with disseminating best practice guidelines and research-oriented approaches to the general chiropractic practitioner; as such is opinion and knowledge is frequently sought out.

Dr. Comeau’s practice focus is on athletic rehab and sports performance. He has given back to the athletic communities of Saint John, Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada, and the rest of the world through numerous volunteer positions as a medical aide, and rolls in the medical management teams of local, regional, national and international events. Most notably with the 2014 Ford World Woman’s Curling Championships and The World Pond Hockey Championships, but also with work as the team doctor for several high school and university sports teams.

Dr. Comeau has sat on several medical committees with the vision of shaping health care in New Brunswick. He also sculpts the implementation of musculoskeletal health in the province by being the COO of the Town Chiropractor, a network of clinics throughout southern New Brunswick with the mission goal of providing evidence informed, results-driven healthcare to the communities served.

Dr. Comeau’s personal time is spent with his wife, son, and another child on the way as well as a Great Dane. He’s an avid bodybuilder, traveler, and outdoor enthusiast.

Dr. Daniel Comeau is certified in :

– Neurokinetic Therapy level 3
– Concussion Management
– Barefoot Science
– Acupuncture (Dip. Acu.)