Cliff moved to North Bay, Ontario in 1999 at which time he began work at a rehabilitation clinic called Symetrics. During the next 15 years he worked side by side with 5 physiotherapists, 2 massage therapists and 3 kinesiologists in a collaborative approach to physical rehabilitation. While in North Bay, Cliff took over coaching the local swim team and the team produced many national and international level athletes. One of the graduates from that program recently competed at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games.
In 2013, his family made a move to Collingwood, Ontario. He began working at the Orthopaedic Sports Institute with an orthopedic surgeon, 2 physiotherapists and 2 massage therapists. The clinics focus was sports related injuries and surgical rehabilitation with a variety of other medical related therapies available.
Cliff moved back home in the summer of 2016 and began working with Dr. Herrewig at Peninsula Village Chiropractic. He also began coaching with the local swim team, the Pacific Seawolves, to continue his involvement in the sport.
His involvement in sports and chiropractic has given Cliff a unique and wide range of experience with the treatment of sports injuries, rehabilitation and performance enhancement. He has coached at a several Canadian Olympic Trials, and many national and international events including being a member of the Canadian National Swim Team coaching staff.