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Back Pain

The ancient art of acupuncture, originally practised in Asia for centuries, has gained popularity in North America. This Chinese medicine based approach of holistic healing involves triggering specific points on the body using thin and solid metallic needles.

Back pain, particularly lower back pain, is a common health issue all over the world. A research paper published by the Canadian Medical Association indicates that up to 85% of working Canadians can expect to experience back pain in their lifetime.

For most people, the first and most natural response when we encounter some pain or discomfort, particularly in the back and neck area, is to wish it away. If the discomfort persists, you then decide to take some pain-relief medication and hope it doesn’t re-occur. However, this rarely takes care of the root of the pain.

The Whyte Avenue Chiropractic & Wellness team has been steadily evolving over the years. Today we’re happy to welcome our newest Registered Massage Therapist, Duncan Hankinson

Many people use massage therapy to rest their bodies and muscles. And why not? Nothing feels better than having your tension kneaded out by a professional with skilled hands. But there are also a number of health and wellness benefits, beyond the blissful sensation of melting into a massage table. Consider the perks a good therapeutic […]

forward-head posture (FHP) is such a common issue these days. It’s largely caused by screen time—all those hours we spend in front of our phones and monitors. Call us to book an assessment today at (780) 466-7111

Modern chiropractic treatments like cold laser and radial shockwave therapy help relive pain in your muscles, joints and connective tissue by stimulating cell growth.

Every year there are over 2 million insurance claims for whiplash in Canada and 93% of whiplash patients reported improvement of their symptoms after chiropractic treatment.