Continuing education is crucial when practising as an evidence-based clinician and Dr. Lendvoy is continuously adding to his knowledge base by attending various courses and seminars and acting as a member in good standing with numerous associations including:
Certified Active Release Techniques (ART®) Provider
Certified by the Canadian Chiropractic Examination Board
Certified PT by the American Council on Exercise (ACE®)
BCAK Certified Kinesiologist 2005-2007
Member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association
Member of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association
Member of the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia
Dr. Lendvoy is an alumni of the University of British Columbia where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Human Kinetics. His academic focuses during his undergraduate studies revolved around athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine and exercise science. While playing on the varsity baseball team, Dr. Lendvoy was also entrusted to put his knowledge of exercise science to use as the team’s strength and conditioning coach. As a certified personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, Dr. Lendvoy gained experience working with varisty and professional athletes, commercial models as well as film and television actors. After graduating as an Academic All-Canadian from UBC, he had the opportunity to apply his knowledge lecturing courses in anatomy, exercise physiology and athletic training in an accredited professional diploma program.
Dr. Lendvoy went on to receive his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, ON. Recognized as the premier Chiropractic research and evidence-based academic institutions in the world, CMCC has a renowned reputation of lofty admissions requirements, gruelling academic calendars and for producing first-class clinicians and neuro-musculoskeletal therapists.
Dr. Lendvoy lives a very active lifestyle with a history in competitive sports. As an accomplished and award winning athlete he enjoys tennis, golf, soccer and volleyball in addition to a number of recreational activities including hiking and fly fishing. His passion however remains with baseball, where he celebrated a decorated career in the BCPBL on the Fraser Valley Chiefs, NAIA on the UBC varsity baseball team and on an international stage as a member of the Canadian Collegiate National Team.
Team Canada - collegiate national baseball team member '08-'10
UBC Varsity Baseball Team '06-'10
NAIA All-conference outfielder
Premier’s Athletic Award ’08
Academic All-Canadian ’09 &’10
BCPBL – All-conference team - ’03, ‘04, ’05
BCPBL - Homerun Champion ’04 & ‘05
White Rock Tennis Club – Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles Champion ‘00