Journey to becoming a chiropractor
While I was in University, I had an unfortunate accident where I dove into a swimming pool that was only 2.5 feet deep. After months of physiotherapy and pain and medications without relief, my professor at McMaster University suggested that I visit a chiropractor. After one month of chiropractic care, I no longer suffered from headaches, neck pain or pain between my shoulders. This experience inspired me to take this path in health care.
We, as chiropractors, are among the top health care professions in the world. Our first-class education is reflected in our extensive knowledge of neuromuscular (nMSK) diagnosis and treatment. We are able to make amazing differences by improving the quality of the lives of our patients. We help them appreciate the power of an adjustment, proper posture and exercise. We help the patient to realign their bodies after injury and other damages, and we help patients manage the wear and tear that comes from aging.
Region of practice
At my clinic in Burlington, I work with two psychiatrists. This office also serves as my location for the Rapid Access Program (formerly Inter-Professional Spine Assessment and Education (ISEAC) Clinic).
In Hamilton, I am a member of the Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre. The Core has been addressing the health inequities such as poverty, racism, discrimination, unemployment, and homelessness.
Please take a look at the valuable services that we provide as chiropractors at this location, Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre.