Your spine is the highway connecting your brain to the rest of your body.

We use the best available evidence and clinical expertise to diagnose issues that affect your body’s movement. Chiropractic care can also promote health and improve your quality of life, as well as alleviate pain.

Chiropractic care is a patient-centered, non-invasive, hands-on, regulated health care profession focused on your spine, muscles,  joints and nervous system.

By teaching you self-management strategies, we hope to empower you to take control of your pain and learn methods to reduce the likelihood of re-injury. The practical, day-to-day steps you take to be an active participant in your healing will help you to manage your pain and discomfort moving forward.

Spinal Manipulation Therapy

Spinal manipulation therapy (also called an “adjustment”) is a safe, highly skilled procedure, in which the chiropractor will use their hands to apply controlled force to your joint and guide it through a range of motion.

Chiropractic adjustments are used to restore joint motion and improve function.  With this procedure, the patient may hear a “cracking” or “popping” sound that is caused by pressure changes within the joint. These pressure changes cause a gas bubble to escape from the joint capsule, which creates the sound. 

While chiropractic adjustments are a very safe procedure, they are not indicated for all patients.  A thorough history and physical examination will determine whether you are a good candidate for an adjustment. Alternative treatments, such as joint mobilizations, can be used in place of an adjustment when indicated

Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft tissue therapy is a form of manual therapy that targets not just the muscles, but also the tendons, ligaments, and fascia – the connective tissue that encloses and stabilizes muscles and organs. This form of therapy can be particularly beneficial for those suffering from acute and chronic pain, muscle tension, and restricted movement due to its primary objective of reducing muscle tension and enhancing overall function.

Soft tissue therapy aims to alleviate pain, improve function, and decrease muscle tension. Soft tissue therapy goes beyond merely addressing symptoms, targeting the root cause of the problem and promoting long-term wellness. Several techniques may be utilized depending on your specific condition and needs. These may include trigger point therapy, a method that focuses on relieving tight areas within muscle tissue causing pain in other parts of the body; practitioner-assisted stretching, which involves the therapist aiding in strategic stretching to improve flexibility and range of motion; and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, which employs specialized tools to deliver targeted treatment.


Contemporary medical acupuncture serves as a unique therapeutic modality that makes use of fine, sterile needles strategically inserted into specific anatomical points on the body. This innovative therapy, an adaptation of traditional Chinese medicine, seamlessly blends ancient wisdom with modern scientific understanding, aiming to restore the body’s optimal functioning.

The primary mechanism behind acupuncture is neuromodulation, a natural process involving the regulation of the body’s nervous system. The body’s nervous system plays a critical role in regulating our physiological responses and maintaining homeostasis. When the fine needles are inserted into the acupuncture points, it triggers neuromodulation, effectively stimulating and modulating the body’s nerve activities. This process is believed to influence a multitude of bodily functions, including but not limited to, the release of pain-regulating chemicals.

Acupuncture is widely recognized for its potential to promote tissue healing, alleviate pain, and improve function of the affected areas of the body. When applied by a trained professional, acupuncture can serve as a powerful tool in the therapeutic arsenal, helping to reduce chronic pain and inflammation, enhance mobility, and improve quality of life. It is a holistic approach that treats the body, aiming not just to manage symptoms but to address the root cause of the health issue, thereby promoting comprehensive healing and overall wellbeing.

Exercise Prescription

Exercise rehabilitation is integrated into every treatment plan. Emphasis is placed on moving within comfortable and tolerable ranges, in order to encourage the body to function the way it’s intended to.

Exercise rehabilitation is a critical component of treatment as once the pain of a musculoskeletal injury or condition improves, residual weakness and/or functional limitation to the injured tissues may still be present, making the patient more susceptible to further injury or re-aggravation.

Your treatment plan and rehabilitation program is always personalized to meet your individual goals, whether they be rehabilitation from injury, prevention of injury, optimizing health, or enhancing performance. Compliance with your rehabilitation program typically decreases the timeframe for recovery as well as typically decreases the likelihood of injury reoccurrence.

Custom Orthotic Insole

Our chiropractor will assess your and measure your foot (or feet) and order custom orthotic insoles fit specifically to your needs. Your orthotics will be trimmed to fit your desired shoes during your dispensing appointment. The average shoe does not have much support, so you may not be used to the new feeling of near-total contact beneath your feet. Your new custom orthotics are designed to be comfortable and adaptable to nearly any shoe, subject to a short break-in period while
your tissues adapt to the new sensations underfoot.

Often, we start seeing the benefits of orthotics appearing after the 3 week break-in period. More painful or chronic conditions often
need more time before we can see results. Through proper support and correction, injured tissues experience less stress, and can begin
their natural healing. Typically pain relief from chronic injury begins after a couple months, although it may come sooner or be
delayed depending on numerous factors: activity levels, diet, nature of work, other underlying medical issues, footwear, general
conditioning, etc.

A prescription is required for this service, please ask us for more information prior to booking.