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Receive your complimentary health report: 


"3 Things You May Be Missing With Your Health [and

How to Correct Them]"

We are proud to support the Chiropractic Cancer Foundation for Children by offering complimentary chiropractic care for children with cancer.


We are a founding member of the Complimentary Clinic for those less fortunate at the Hamilton Urban Core Health Centre (71 Rebecca St.)

Do any of these statements sound familiar to you?

Once you go to a chiropractor, you have to go for the rest of your life.

Chiropractic is only for adults, and not for children.

I don’t have any problems so I don’t need to go to a chiropractor.


Let us ask you a question. If you start eating healthy, when is a good time to stop? If you exercise once, are you now healthy?


Neuro-Structural Chiropractic care is no different. Neuro-Structural Chiropractic care is about keeping your spine and nerve system healthy throughout your entire life. People choose to come back because they notice a difference under care.

Did you know that birth is one of the  most stressful events in a child’s life? Significant spinal trauma is a common occurrence at birth, so many parents have their newborns checked for good spine and nerve system function. Having your children’s spine checked early can prevent health problems that emerge in adulthood.  All chiropractic adjustments are adapted for the child’s spine, extremely safe and remove stress from the neurospinal system, allowing for more optimal growth and development.

Symptoms are the body’s signal that you are reaching the outer limit of what it can handle. The problem is, issues may be happening in our body even though we don’t have symptoms. Do you know someone who had a heart attack, who had not been diagnosed with heart disease? How about someone with cancer, who had no idea they were sick?  Chiropractic care increases your body’s ability to handle the stressors in your life to help prevent you from reaching the outer limits where symptoms are manifested.





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