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Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette is transitioning toward a Wellness RISK Management Instructor/Trainer/Guide and Chronic Disease Prevention Strategist/Engineer. 

Dr. Ouellette has been helping people with natural pain relief, Chronic Disease Prevention Strategies and Wellness for 5 decades.

Among several other web sites Dr. Ouellette is the creator and developer of the following. and  


Profile of Dr. Ouellette

Professional Degree:

Dr. Ouellette graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1973, and has had clinical practices in Stoney Creek, Hamilton, and Burlington Ontario. He presently practices part time in Ayr, Ontario.



Dr. Ouellette obtained a Master of Science degree in Biology/Human Nutrition, at the University of Bridgeport in 1987. His Dissertation paper was on "Sports Anemia"



He is a certified member of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) since 1989. This was a three year post graduate program in athletic injuries. During this training he arranged to spend more than 30 hours as an observer in the Emergency Department of the Hamilton General Hospital, unheard of in those days.



- Dr. Ouellette's Pain Relief Diet Manual, May 2002, ISBN 9-9730430-0-8

- Cheating on the Pain Relief Diet, August 2006, ISBN 0-9730430-1-6

- Dr. Ouellette's Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relief Diet, Second Edition, 2014

  ISBN Softcover 978-1-4931-9753-8

  ISBN eBook 978-1-4931-9754-5

- Cheating on Dr. Ouellette's Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relief Diet, Second Addition, 2014

  ISBN Softcover 978-1-4931-9951-8

  ISBN eBook 978-1-4931-9952-5



Dr. Ouellette taught at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto from 1975 part-time, until 1982 while maintaining a private practice. Subjects taught were, spinal and peripheral joint diagnosis and treatment in each of the four college years.



In 1984 he graduated from the International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture.



Dr. Ouellette was Course Designer, Instructor and course Coordinator for the first Wilderness Emergency Care course at Mohawk/Humber College in the mid 1970's.



Starting in 1977, Dr. Ouellette was an Instructor and Coordinator for the Red Cross Emergency services Community Disaster Planning for the Hamilton, Oakville and St. Catharines areas.



Dr. Ouellette was involved in the community in a number of activities:
Water Safety Instructor,
Water Safety Instructor for the Disabled,
Water Safety Examiner,
First Aid Instructor,
First Aid Examiner,
First Aid Regional Examiner,
Member of Ontario Provincial First Aid Committee,
Member of Ontario Division First Aid Management Committee.
He was involved with teaching and examining First Aid with the Hamilton Red Cross Society from 1973 to 1984, and teaching CPR at the Basic Rescuer, Instructor, and Instructor trainer level with the Ontario Heart Association from 1977 to 1983.



In 1975 Dr. Ouellette received a COMMANDER'S COMMENDATION from the Hamilton Power Squadron. (Boating Safety)



In 1978 he was awarded the CERTIFICATE OF MERIT from the Canadian Red Cross Society.



In 1976 he was the Hamilton swimming Coach for the blind for the 1976 Olympiad for the disabled.



From 1985 he was involved with the Big Brother Association. In 1988 he was awarded the 3 year Service Award from the Big Brother Association. In 1994 he received a letter of appreciation for 10 years service with Big Brothers.

In the last two years of his chiropractic schooling, Dr. Ouellette donated monthly to the Christian Children's Fund supporting needy children overseas.

Dr. Ouellette was a past church treasurer at Church Of Our Saviour in Stoney Creek, Ontario.


Chiropractic Society:

In 1997 Dr. Ouellette was instrumental in reestablishing the Hamilton Chiropractic Society which had been defunct for some five years.



Dr. Ouellette attended numerous seminars and post graduate courses over the years, some of which were, X-ray diagnosis, Clinical skills, Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Stress Modification, Acupuncture, Chiropractic Specialty techniques, Occupational Health Seminars, Laser Seminars, Sports injuries Seminars.



For personal knowledge Dr. Ouellette has taken basic and advanced courses in Hypnosis, has taken basic 6 week and advanced 6 week courses in Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) at Rosary Hill College in Buffalo, New York, to better understand this process and has taken courses in Basic Psychology, Asian Philosophies (Religion) and Freedom & Ethics, at McMaster University.



He was the swimming pool manager Muskoka Inn and the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club.

He worked as a lifeguard & swimming Instructor & Examiner from 1969 to 1976 with the Red Cross & Royal Lifesaving Societies.

He was an Instructor for Adapted Aquatics 1978.

He obtained the prestigious National Lifeguard Service award in 1966.

He was the evening Swimming pool manager at the Crippled Children's Centre in Toronto, teaching swimming to asthmatic & arthritic children.

He was involved with the Boy Scouts of Canada in several capacities as a Queen Scout, troop Leader and Venturer Leader in the 1960's.

He was a semi professional magician from 1962 to 1973 and a member of some of the same magic clubs as Doug Henning having traded magic trick secrets with him on several occasions. Dr. Ouellette was a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM), The Society of American Magicians (SAM), the Hamilton Magic Wand Club, and the Toronto Hat & Rabbit Club.



The following sports have occupied a portion of Dr. Ouellette's free time:

Keel boat racing, Alpine skiing, Cross country skiing, Cycling, Swimming, Tennis, Squash, Racquet ball, Water skiing, & Scuba diving. His passions are sailing, skiing & Scuba diving. Dr. Ouellette just recently took up Snowboarding (Year 2000) and Ballroom dancing along with Swing/Jive and Salsa. He used to rollerblade regularly once a week, play squash once a week and dances once a week or more, often dancing five or six nights a week. At the present time Dr. Ouellette dances several times a week and has gotten back into racing keelboats (the Melges 24 this time) as the Mainsail flyer on 'Stir it Up!' at the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club [Late Summer 2020]. 



Dr. Ouellette is a member of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario,
the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada),
the Ontario Chiropractic Association,
the Canadian Chiropractic Association,

the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association,
Retired member of the Acupuncture Council of Ontario,
Retired member of the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioners- North America

Web Sites: Dr. Ouellette has developed some two dozen or so websites on Wellness and Optimal Health Secrets and has a library of articles he has written at


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Wellness RISK Measurement 

If you don't measure you can't manage. We put numbers to Wellness Risk.

We provide a 35 page Report of Findings.

We provide Chronic Disease Prevention Strategies Workshops.

If you can help yourself change your ways then you will reap marvelous long term benefits and remarkable short term benefits.

We help people obtain those benefits.


Our Chronic Disease Prevention Program
When we look at the field of chronic disease we see that Wellness is not being done all that well in our communities. Consequently we see a steady increase in the use of disease care dollars and a dizzying array of expensive technological and pharmacological solutions pushing up healthcare costs for the community and for individuals to astronomical numbers.

We are offering a new solution we call Wellness RISK Management.




Wellness is defined as multidimensional, self-help, a positive health, a sense of well-being, a more successful existence.

Wellness RISK:

Wellness RISK indicates a person’s susceptibility to pain, suffering and a shortened life if they don’t follow the science on multidimensional Wellness. We put numbers to multidimensional Wellness.

Dr. Ouellette’s Five Pillars of Optimal Health Secrets: Nutrition, Exercise, Spinal Health, Rest & Relaxation, Attitude & Perspective in life... We put numbers to them all.

Wellness RISK Measurement Protocols: Thirty questionnaires in one online measurement questionnaire program at We measure:
 • The Five Pillars of Optimal Health Secrets,
 • A number of important clinical indicators for clinicians,
 • The Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relief Diet

Wellness RISK Measurement Scores: Thirty eight numbers provided in a one page Wellness RISK Management Progress Chart Indicating a percentage of 100% optimal health on each score.

Wellness RISK Management Workshops: After we measure, analyse, identify, and prioritize, we provide Wellness Risk Management Workshops to help people complete their eight items in their customized Action Plan. That plan will improve their Wellness score numbers bringing their health closer to optimal health. Workshops are where Chronic Disease Prevention Strategies are provided through the action plan list.

Wellness RISK Management Action Plan List: Eight items on an action plan to-do list located in the 35 page Wellness RISK Management Report of Findings provided in workshops after measurement at Additional action plan items are provided to clients as needed. The total number of action plan items suitable for the list is 126. If people are performing all 126 items then they are going to be healthy indeed.

Wellness RISK Management Instructors: Instructors trained by Dr. Ouellette to provide Wellness Risk Management Workshop help to clients only after measurement at

Wellness RISK Management Progress Chart: A one page chart of measurement scores after completing the questionnaire at

Health Professionals Report: A two page document explaining the Wellness RISK Management Progress Chart to healthcare clinicians.

Wellness RISK Management Report of Findings (RoF): A 35 page report of findings for clients that indicates what each score means and provides recommendations to the client. The only actual teaching that is done is performed in this RoF document.

Wellness RISK Management Instructor’s Notes: A 35 page set of notes for Instructors on each client measured at