Dr. Nick Green, 36, is a chiropractor and vice-president of Cor Maximus, a
dynamic health clinic that has grown from three to more than 20 employees
in three years. He is the lead organizer of the annual Lost in the Rocks and
Trees Mountain Bike Race.
is your greatest accomplishment?
A: I am proud of my accomplishments
academically, and now in the
professional world. The growth
of Cor Maximus has been an
accomplishment as well.
Q: Who is your most valued mentor?
A: I do not have one person who I
would specifically list as a mentor.
Q: What do you love most about North Bay
and area ?
A: As an avid mountain biker, I
regularly take advantage of the
terrain, spending hours each week
riding the local trails. Additionally, I
have been the organizer of the Lost
in the Rocks and Trees Mountain
Bike Race for the last five years,
which allows me to share riding with
others, and highlight the natural
beauty of our area with people from
far and wide.
Q: What else would you like to
A: We have grand plans to continue
developing Cor Maximus into the
premier health and wellness facility
in North Bay. With the ongoing push
to improve the health of Canadians,
a facility that allows for "one-stopshop"
for individual and group
fitness, weight loss, chiropractic,
massage and injury rehabilitation.