Quality Patient Care
Chiropractic care is widely recognized as one of the safest, drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for treating headaches, neck and back pain, as well other joint, muscle or nervous system issues. Maintaining the highest quality of patient care is a priority.
The Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) and the Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory and Education Accrediting Boards (CFCREAB) launched the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI) in 2013. The CCGI provides recommendations on how to deliver consistent, quality chiropractic care to patients, based on the best available scientific and expert evidence.
By assessing your medical history, performing thorough examinations and frequently re-evaluating your symptoms and progress, your chiropractor will work with you to minimize your risks and improve your quality of life.
This page advises you how to share compliments or concerns about the chiropractic care you receive in Ontario.
We Value Your Feedback
Voice Compliments About Your Chiropractic Care
Did a chiropractor help alleviate your back, shoulder, neck, joint or other pain or that of a loved one? Did a chiropractor help you to live your best life?
We’d like to hear about your experience, so we can best help others. Please share your experience with us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice Concerns About Your Chiropractic Care
The College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) was established by the Regulated Health Professions Act and the Chiropractic Act to serve as the legislated regulatory body for chiropractors in Ontario.
As part of this role, CCO regulates chiropractors in Ontario to ensure every patient receives safe and quality care. It is responsible for protecting the public interest, setting standards of practice, assuring quality of care is maintained, evaluating and promoting competency and handling disciplinary issues.
If you have a concern about a chiropractor’s practice, you may contact the CCO by phone to discuss the matter or write a complaint letter or email attachment outlining your concerns. CCO is required to investigate complaints made against chiropractors.
To voice your concerns, please check CCO’s ‘how to file a complaint’ page for more details and the steps to take.