The human body has the natural power to heal itself, but it sometimes needs help putting that power into action. Chiropractic assists the natural healing process and helps maintain, restore and enhance your health.


Chiropractors work with your body's "total neuro-musculo-skeletal system" which controls your nerves, muscles and bones. Because the body's various systems depend on one another to function properly, the neuro-musculo-skeletal system plays a primary role in your health. Chiropractors use their hands to administer specific manual adjustments to joints that are fixated or not moving well. These adjustments are safe and painless.

Fixated joints occur when muscles are overused, overworked or affected by trauma and inflammation. These fixated areas can cause symptoms of pain, numbness, and weakness. Chiropractic helps to restore motion to the joints and muscles and allows the body to function optimally.

Chiropractic is a healing discipline firmly grounded in science. Chiropractors have been thoroughly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of a multitude of conditions. They are skilled in recognizing problems that may require the treatment of other medical professionals and will refer as necessary.

Chiropractic is the third-largest primary healthcare profession in Canada, covered by most Extended Health Plans and in some cases a portion is covered by MSP. We also accept RCMP, DVA, ICBC and WorkSafe claims and are able to direct bill them in most cases for Chiropractic treatment. 

- Conditions Chiropractors Treat -
Work related injuries - Overuse Injuries - Motor Vehicle Injuries - Sports Injuries 

Upper Extremeties

Headaches and Migraines - Neck Pain - TMJ Disorders - Whiplash - Rotator Cuff Injuries - Frozen Shoulder - Tennis and Golfers Elbow - Tendinitis and Tendinosis - Arthritis - Bursitis

Back and Torso

Low Back Pain - Sciatica - Pregnancy Complications - Nerve Entrapments - General Back Pain - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries 

Lower Extremeties

Piriformis Syndrome - Hip Pain - IT Band Syndrome - Hamstring Tendinopathy - Repetitive Strain and Overuse Injuries -  Knee Injuries - Shin Splints - Ankle and Achilles Injuries - Plantar Fasciitis - Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis

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