Dr. Jesse Moreton was born in Kitchener, Ontario and later moved to Owen Sound, Ontario where he developed a liking for the outdoors and a small town environment. During high school he played on volleyball and basketball teams, started skiing and frequently went camping, hiking and kayaking with family and friends. He was always interested in anatomy and physiology so it was only natural that he pursue a career in health care. 

After high school he continued his education at the University of Waterloo where he completed an undergraduate degree in kinesiology (BSc Hon). During his time at Waterloo he married Sarah Fuller, a recently graduated practical nurse from Owen Sound as well. While studying at Waterloo Dr. Moreton also became involved in research and academics. He volunteered in two different physiotherapy clinics, became a teacher's assistant at the university's human anatomy lab and worked two semesters in an ergonomics lab designing and conducting research studies. 

Dr. Moreton went on to study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where his interest and opportunity in research continued during the summers. As a result of his involvement in research Dr. Moreton has had four studies published in peer reviewed journals. After a year of clinical internship, he obtained his doctor of chiropractic degree (DC) in June 2010.

Dr. Moreton and his wife Sarah first visited Creston in the spring of 2010 and quickly fell in love with the community, its climate and terrain. They now reside in Creston with their children Violet, Desmond and Pearl and operate Moreton Chiropractic from their home.