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Dynamic and busy clinic in New Brunswick looking for two associates for maternity leave replacement and patient overflow intake.

Dupas Chiropratic Clinic opened its doors four years ago and has grown very quickly. We are currently two chiropractors practicing at the clinic. Our team is made up of three receptionists, a chiropractic assistant/kinesiologist and a part-time radiology technologist.

Gravel Intergrated Chiropractic Method (GICM) is the technique exclusively practiced at our clinic. The technique aims to obtain vertebral corrections using the analysis of X-ray images, instrumentation as well as gentle and specific adjustments. We are among the few to practice this method developed by Dr. Pierre Gravel, D.C., Ph.C. which is recognized by Palmer Chiropractic College. One of our motivations for having associates is to pass on this unique approach. To achieve this, we will take the time necessary to share the knowledge required for the application of GICM.

The clinic is located in Bouctouche (30 minutes from Moncton) in southeastern New Brunswick. The city is bordered by the warmest saltwater beaches in Canada. This region offers access to various outdoor activities and seafood. Like the inviting shores of southeastern New Brunswick, Acadians are warm and very welcoming people.

Chiropractic in New Brunswick is well recognized and accepted within the population as well as the various health professions. Interdisciplinary work is thus favorable and accessible. It is a pleasure to work with a population that listens and is committed to their health care.

Contract details:
* Contract starting in September 2023 (flexible)
* Current waiting list of new patients is over 150
* Moving Bonus ($1,500)
* Affordable accommodation, furnished apartment in the clinic
* Professional liability insurance paid (value of $2,600)
* Annual NBCA fee/license to practice (value of $3,100)
* Budget for continuing education ($500)
* 5 weeks vacation (unpaid) per year

Those interested must be motivated to learn a new technique and then practice it exclusively. Being bilingual would be an asset. You will not have to take French-speaking patients if you are not comfortable. You will also need to pass the New Brunswick Chiropractors Association exam. The exam is open book and is very doable.

For any questions contact us at

Didier and Nikie Dupas

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