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The short answer is “yes". Chiropractors are one of five professions in Ontario allowed to use the title of doctor. The title of doctor allows chiropractors to communicate a diagnosis to patients.

Chiropractic adjustments are a non-invasive technique using applied force to a specific joint. This force allows the bone to return its normal state and function.

Chiropractic adjustments work to restore the proper function of the 27 moving bones within the spine and the pelvis. When the spine is not allowed to function at its best, the entire nervous system can be affected. However, Chiropractors also use soft tissue techniques, such as Myofascial Release or mobilization, that can also have a beneficial effect for many other, non-back-related issues.

Standard chiropractic procedures are widely regarded as safe and effective by government health agencies around the world. This is especially true as the procedures are non-invasive and do not require the use of potentially addictive medications.

No! Chiropractic treatments at our clinic often include a combination of a number of forms of therapy, such as manipulation, mobilization, soft tissue therapies such as myofascial release, intermittent traction, U/S and IFC, as well as passive and dynamic stretches and ROM and strengthening exercises. Dr. Bardwell is also certified in Medical Acupuncture and orthotic prescription. At QCSI the patient is always consulted prior to beginning care to ensure a treatment plan is created that is both safe and effective, and that fits the needs and goals of the patient.

For the most part yes. However, because different insurers create different plans for different companies, we recommend that you contact your Extended Health Plan Provider to see what services they cover, and for what amounts.

Let us customize a plan for you.

At Quinte Chiropractic & Sports Injury Clinic we believe in your treatment as a progression from passive treatments to more active, self-directed forms of care involving stretching and strengthening exercises.