Staff | Dr. Kerry Wiebe

Kerry hails from Edmonton, Alberta in Western Canada where he was a standout rugby and hockey athlete.  Kerry completed his undergraduate education at the University of Alberta earning a degree in Athletic Therapy.  From U of A, Kerry moved to the U.S. to study chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where he attended on both academic and rugby scholarships. 
Kerry was part of the 2001 Final Four Rugby team for Palmer, served as the club’s president and also played hockey for Palmer College. Upon graduating from Palmer in 2001, he and his wife, Lee, moved to Vermont to open Performance Chiropractic.  He is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Kerry remains very involved with local sports. 
He and his wife have served as team physicians for the Green Mountain Glades junior hockey program, the Burlington Men’s rugby club, and the Vermont Voltage professional soccer club. Kerry was a former coach of the Green Mountain Glades Junior A hockey program and after the team’s departure from Vermont he helped coach Colchester High School girls hockey team.  Currently, Kerry is coaching with the Vermont Lumberjacks junior hockey program. 
As an accomplished athlete, Kerry is no stranger to injury and truly appreciates the value of quality injury management, treatment and rehabilitation.  He fully understands the frustrations, desires and dedication of athletes and active patients with regard to pain, injury and dysfunction that affect their performance. This clearly shows in his approach to care and he takes a keen interest in working with competitive athletes in the areas of injury recovery and sports performance. During his free time, he enjoys skiing, waterskiing, biking, hiking, and takes a special interest in CrossFit.