Who are we?
Dr. Steve Rallis B.Sc., D.C., N.D.(cand.)
Chief Clinical Officer
Co-founder and developer of Healthscore®, and one of North America’s leading authorities on Wellness, Dr. Rallis is committed to passionately “saving lives...ahead of time!” As Healthscore’s®chief clinical officer, Dr. Rallis is helping define the role of “Wellness Doctor” and focuses his energy on training, researching and supporting the expanded use of primary prevention as a principal means of global health care reform.
Dr. Rallis received his bachelor’s degree in science at the University of Western Ontario on the President’s honour role. He received a scholarship for his involvement in researching the effects of spinal manipulation on blood pressure, while studying for his doctor of chiropractic at Parker College in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Rallis has continued his integrative medical education at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Harvard Medical School Post Graduate Department, the Carrick Institute of Neurology and the Institute of Functional Medicine.
Dr. Rallis is a member of the Ontario Chiropractic Association, Canadian Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, Science Advisory Board and The American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
Dr. Rallis’ private practice, located in Barrie, Ontario continues to set the standard for chiropractic, lifestyle medicine and corporate wellness in the Greater Barrie Area, providing comprehensive Healthscore examinations, therapeutic lifestyle and disease prevention programs as standard protocol for every patient both in the clinic and on-site at corporations.
A gifted speaker, Dr. Rallis has lectured to public and physician groups globally, having been asked to speak in Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia and Thailand.
“Primary prevention and the implementation of therapeutic lifestyle as first line therapies, represents the only tangible, long term solution to the health care crisis facing all industrialized nations,” according to Dr. Rallis. “Unless we fundamentally agree to allocate equal resources to the prevention of disease and reward corporations and doctors for facilitating this practice –the problems facing our health care systems will eventually cripple them. Saving lives ahead of time has to be our number one focus!”