Profile -- Dr. Maria Giannotti, DC, MSc(c)

September 2008
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Sep2008, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p155
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The article profiles Dr. Maria Giannotti, a chiropractor in Canada. Giannotti completed her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in 2002, where she played soccer. She is already starting her Masters of Science degree at York University, where she first authored three studies. Moreover, she has the opportunity to collaborate with other disciplines which included emergency physicians, nurses and policy analysts.


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