Dr. Liz Anderson-Peacock engages audiences around the world, speaking and bringing a revitalized approach to the workplace and teams, facilitating corporate groups working on mindset, motivation, and matching values with vision all to empower results through embracing self-leadership over management and greater connection between people. Dr. Liz is an energetic and internationally recognized expert both in the chiropractic profession and in the health and wellness field.
She provides limited coaching of professionals and executives, and delivers her self-improvement program “Best Version of You” ™ through powerful workshops and retreats geared to enriching your personal and professional life. Her book, Pearls of Wisdom Pure and Powerful, was written during her personal and remarkable journey through natural cancer treatments and the experience of living with a synovial sarcoma.

As of November 22, 2017 she became a right BKA (below knee amputee). Her journey has been captured on YouTube as she was less than 75 days from amputation to walking without aids at the age of 58. Her following has noticed the application of what she teaches, so much now, she is moving the direction of speaking to the mindset she used, that set her up for success.

Her background as a chiropractor includes an extensive list of acknowledgements including Canadian Chiropractor of the Year in 1998, World Chiropractic Alliance Chiropractor of the Year in 1999, the Ontario Chiropractic Association Heart and Hand award in 2005 and World Congress of Women Chiropractors – Woman of the Year in 2009.

Dr. Liz’s expertise has been shared at universities in countries around the world including Canada, USA, Italy, Denmark, Brazil, UK, NZ, Japan and Australia. She is sought for her knowledge and love of teaching in clinical practice for chiropractic pediatrics and pregnancy which has been the topic of  a variety of speaking engagements. She has been published in peer review journals such as the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research – on infertility, Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association- on clinical practice guidelines for neck and whiplash, Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics – on children with headaches.

Dr. Liz has served on an academic panel for the Journal of Maternal, Pediatric and Family Health, Associate Governor and grant reviewer for the Australian Spinal Research Foundation,  pediatric editor of CWFM (Chiropractic Wellness and Fitness Magazine) with 8 million subscriptions (USA) and is a frequent contributor to other health and medical journals. In addition to her professional accomplishments, Dr. Liz has sat on numerous boards such as the World Congress of Women Chiropractors, YMCA Simcoe/Muskoka board, and president of the Academy of Family Practice (USA).

She has been involved in her community through the MacLaren Art Centre, Children’s Aid Foundation, Women InTuition, Australian Spinal Research Foundation, Sunnybrook Foundation, Scotland College of Chiropractic to name her more current areas of contribution.

Professional Designations

  • B.Sc. Bachelor of Science
  • D.C. Doctor of Chiropractic
  • DICCP – Diplomate of the International Chiropractic Council on Pediatrics (USA recognized)
  • FICA – Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association (USA)
  • CAPS Member – Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (2006-2016)
  • Professional Health Coach