CMCC students have access to fully equipped exercise and training rooms, a large multipurpose gymnasium and the student lounge, making it easy for students to take a break from studying and engage in physical activity. There is also a Reflection and Meditation Room where students can pause from their day and reflect, meditate and pursue independent spiritual activity. The Room is located in the CMCC Health Sciences Library to enhance its peaceful, quiet atmosphere.
All Canadian students are charged a fee for the Students' Council Health & Dental Plan. This plan does not include international students (please refer to the International Student Health Insurance section in the International Applicants page). The Plan provides coverage for 12 months, from September 1 through August 31. If a student is already covered by an equivalent extended health and dental plan, he or she may opt out of the Plan, online, during the Change-of-Coverage Period (typically within the first three weeks of classes). The Plan also provides the option to enroll a spouse and/or dependents by paying an additional fee.
For more information, call 1 877 795 4422, or visit the CMCC Students' Council Health Plan website or see your Students' Council representative.
CMCC Clinics offer free chiropractic services to students, faculty, and staff. Orthotic services are also available. The largest of our clinics is the Campus Clinic.
CMCC offers the services of a registered massage therapist and an acupuncture provider to students, faculty, and staff. Appointments can be made by calling 416 482 2546.
Books, journals, and multimedia resources are available to students, faculty, staff, and practitioners. These collections support and supplement teaching, learning objectives, and scientific investigation and research. Listings of all books, print journals, and multimedia are accessible through the in-house online catalogue and may be searched by author, title, subject, call number, and keyword.
The CMCC Supply Centre and Bookstore welcomes students, staff, health care practitioners and the public with an extensive selection of chiropractic and health related products. It carries all textbooks and manuals for classes as well as reference and general interest books. It carries all chiropractic office supplies such as adjustment tables, supports, pillows and gowns, x-ray supplies and anatomical models. It carries sports medicine and rehabilitation supplies, and clothing. The Supply Centre & Bookstore a division of the CMCC, and all revenue generated is returned to support CMCC and chiropractic education.
In Years I, II and III, students receive almost 3,000 hours of education and hands-on clinical training. In Year IV they apply this knowledge in a real clinic setting as chiropractic interns in CMCC's teaching clinics, under the supervision of clinical faculty. In addition to our on-campus walk-in clinic, CMCC has a network of external chiropractic clinics throughout the Greater Toronto Area. These community-based clinics give our students and interns a broader clinical experience with more focused patient populations, including Toronto's urban aboriginal community, adults and children who are behaviourally, mentally and physically challenged, and patients with HIV/AIDS. Many clinics are multi-disciplinary environments where our chiropractors work together with a variety of health professionals.
To learn more about CMCC's campus and community clinics, please visit the CMCC clinics page on this site.