Motor Vehicle Injuries

Your auto insurance covers you for a minimum of 10 chiropractic treatments for minor injuries under the Alberta Diagnostic Treatment Protocols Regulation. Chiropractic treatment for [...]

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Training and Education

In Canada, doctors of chiropractic must complete a minimum of seven years of post-secondary education, which includes a four-year academic program at an accredited chiropractic [...]

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What is Regulation?

Being regulated means that chiropractors in Alberta must obey all legislative requirements set by the government for all health care providers. Other health care providers that [...]

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Member of the ACAC

We are licensed by the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors. The Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors is dedicated to regulating the chiropractic profession [...]

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Safety and Research

More than 25 years of research about the safety and efficacy of chiropractic treatment prove that chiropractic is effective and beneficial to patients for the [...]

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Conditions Treated

People see a chiropractor for: Back and neck pain Headaches, including migraines Whiplash and car accident injuries Strains and sprains from day-to-day tasks to sports [...]

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What to Expect

All chiropractic patients will experience an initial assessment before treatment. You will be asked to share information about your health, such as any injury or [...]

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