After achieving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and obtaining his fellowship with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.), Dr. Greg began his practice in Owen Sound in July of 2001. Prior to chiropractic college Dr. Greg completed an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from the University of Waterloo. He trains with Warrior Coaching to train and grow personally and professionally in addition to his continuing education to enhance his clinical skills in spinal correction. Dr. Greg is also a long time partner of Chiropractors with Compassion, which is an organization that transforms the lives of children and families in impoverished communities around the world.
Dr. Greg and his wife met and were married in Owen Sound in 2004. In June of 2006 their daughter Abygail was born. Soon after her birth they realized that Abby had Down Syndrome, and right from the beginning Dr. Greg and Carole learned together how best to maximize her physical health and developmental potential through courses at The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia. Gratefully they also connected with local professionals and resources that shared a common mindset and approach. Abby is an amazing kid and is definitely re-writing the books on expectations of kids with an extra 21st chromosome! The Zoldy’s have since founded the Grey Bruce Down Syndrome Association to connect and support other families and individuals who have a loved one with Down syndrome. In April of 2009, they were blessed with their second born, Kaden Alexander. He is an amazing kid with his own passions and dreams for an adventurous life and has a genuine caring heart. Watching Abby and Kaden grow and develop together truly brings joy to both Greg and Carole.
Chiropractic is just one way the Dr. Greg uses his talents to serve, his education to inspire, his faith to give hope and his compassion to reach out. His family enjoys the lifestyle and opportunities for healthy living in the Grey Bruce region. They often spend time together hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, skiing, snowshoeing and on the soccer fields and hockey arenas. Abby is also a novice equestrian at G.R.A.C.E. Over the years Dr. Greg has enjoyed working with local sports teams including providing care for players of the Owen Sound Attack, local rep and senior hockey and lacrosse teams. He even straps the blades on weekly to play in the local puffer hockey league.