The Doctors

Brittany Dunlop


Dr. Dunlop graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology. She then continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree and graduated cum laude. During her tenure at the college, Dr. Dunlop was the recipient of the Jane Mannington Memorial award and also earned the unique opportunity during her clinical internship to provide chiropractic care at St. Michael’s Hospital located in Toronto, ON. It was here that Dr. Dunlop came into contact and successfully treated many different types of ailments and conditions.

Dr. Dunlop was born and raised in Shelburne, Ontario where she was heavily involved in the community and spent her weekends snowboarding in Collingwood. Growing up, Dr. Dunlop developed a keen interest in chiropractic care which helped her through various injuries and ailments where she quickly realized the value that manual care has on the body. Outside of chiropractic she enjoys hiking, watching baseball and values time spent with her family, friends and pets.Dr. Dunlop had a passion with animals and has completed her Animal Chiropractic program at the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre. She is currently treating animals with chiropractic care at the Elgin Animal Hospital.

Dr. Dunlop is constantly updating her knowledge base and has a wealth of knowledge in fitness, health, wellness and paediatrics. She is warm, caring and extremely empathetic. The passion that she brings to chiropractic ensures that you receive the most up to date and skillfully administered care here at Noad Chiropractic Clinic. Dr. Dunlop incorporates a variety of techniques including manipulation, mobilizations, soft tissue therapy, active rehabilitation/exercise, and patient education to optimize her patient’s health, function and well-being.

David Noad


Dr. Noad graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1978 with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Prior to CMCC, he attended McMaster University achieving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business, as well as a Bachelor of Physical Education. He also attended the Royal Military College studying Chemical Engineering in 1969-1970. After graduation, Dr. Noad came to St. Thomas where he has successfully practiced since 1978.

Dr. Noad is continually upgrading his education and qualifications, as required by the College of Chiropractors of Ontario. He has spent many hours in post graduate studies specializing in sports injuries as well as auto and workplace injuries. He continues to update himself with the latest research by attending as many seminars as possible. With over 32 years of practice experience, he has the clinical expertise your family can trust for their health care needs.