Dr Leszek Majkowski D.C. graduated biological departament at University of Manitoba, and later one of the few chiorpractic collages acredited by World Federation of Chiropracitc in Toronto Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC).
CMCC is postgraduated institution
specializing in neuro-musculo-skeletal system.

In beginning of April of 1998 Leszek Majkowski graduated CMCC and obtained title of doctor of chiropraktic.

During previous years Dr. Majkowski worked in several rehabilitation clinics in Toronto.
He is an active member of:


World Federation of Chiropractic


European Chiropractic Union


Ontario Chiropractic Assocation in Toronto


Canadian Chiropractic Association


Collage of Chiropractors of Ontario

Dr Leszek Majkowski D.C. is acting Prezydent of Polish Chiropractic Association (PCA) registered at World Federation of Chiopracitc. Members of PCA are registered and licenced doctors of chiropracitc.

Canadian Memorial Ciropractic College

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College opened on September 18, 1945. CMCC is regarded as a world leader in chiropractic education and research. CMCC is a fully accredited, limited enrolment, self-supporting, professional educational institution funded by the chiropractic profession in Canada. It admits approximately 150 students a year. Candidates require at least three years of undergraduate university study. A small fraction of students come form Switzerland and other Europen counties. There are about 15 established and accredited by World Federation of Chiropractic educational institutions. Namely one in Japan, England, Australia, Canada and 11 in USA.

CMCC offers a four year programme of rigorous academic and clinical education, including a one-year internship in one of the institution’s clinics. CMCC is recognized by all provincial chiropractic regulatory bodies across Canada. Through a reciprocal agreement among CCEC, CCE, the Australian Council of Chiropractic Education Ltd., and the European Council on Chiropractic Education, this status is recognized in the United States, Australasia and Europe, and allows CMCC graduates to apply for licensure in most jurisdictions. CMCC is one of nine educational institutions approved as a school of anatomy under the authority of the Anatomy Act of the Province of Ontario. CMCC is listed in Regulation 15 of the Anatomy Act, 1980. Four year program includes Anatomy, Sport Medicine, Neurology, Pathology, Orthopedy, Diagnostic Labolatory, Clinical Psychology, Radiology, Rheumatology, Clinical Physiology and other neuromusculosceletal studies.