About Doctor Roch
Doctor Dan Roch is married and has five children. He has two practices; one in Winnipeg and one in Gimli, Manitoba. He lives as a part of the community close to his private practice in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in Canada.
Dan grew up in St. Vital and graduated from College Louis Riel in Saint-Boniface. He is bilingual and many of his patients are from French communities from within and surrounding Winnipeg. Dan completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Manitoba, then enrolled at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia to begin his chiropractic training. He obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC) in 2004 from Logan College of Chiropractic in St Louis, Missouri.
His interest in pediatric problems such as autism spectrum disorders and ADD/ADHD as well as his desire to increase his understanding of neurology led him to further his studies at the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. This three-year post-doctorate Diplomate degree in Chiropractic Neurology (DACNB) involved over 300 hours of formal education and hundreds of additional hours spent in self-study. Dr. Roch successfully completed his board exams in July of 2010, and received his official DACNB certification in September, 2010.
Chiropractors who have achieved the DACNB designation have received additional training and education that assists them in treating neurological problems such as headaches and migraines, learning disorders, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, MS, movement disorders, balance disorders, and neurological problems caused by strokes. See www.acnb.org/ for more information on the DACNB designation.
Dan's unique training and his gentle approach to patient care have made him popular with patients dealing with chronic disorders. Dan’s calm and gentle way of dealing with children helps to make their chiropractic treatment a positive experience.
2013 Atlanta, Georgia -
Concussion Certificate Program
2010- 2012 Amsterdam, The Netherlands and San Francisco, California; Movement Disorders Program
Diagnosis and treatment of various movement disorders e.g., Parkinson’s, Dystonia, Myoclonis, Tourette's Syndrome
2011 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Vestibular Rehabilitation Program
2006-2010 Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 3-year post-doctorate Diplomate of American Chiropractic Neurology; Board (DACNB), Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies
2000-2004 St. Louis, Missouri; Doctorate of Chiropractic(DC)
Logan College of Chiropractic; Life University, Atlanta Georgia
1995-1999 Winnipeg, Manitoba; Bachelor of Science (BSc)
University of Manitoba