Doctorate of Chiropractic degree (D.C.) in 1977 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
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Due to a chiropractor’s legal responsibility to arrive at a tentative working diagnosis, he or she must conduct a consultation to enquire about one’s health and other history. This includes enquiry about any test results and opinions from other facilities when considering a diagnosis. This is followed by a physical, neurological, orthopaedic and functional capacity examination as indicated by one’s complaints. This usually includes inspection of posture, gait, resisted muscle strength testing, and other pertinent studies.

 

At this juncture the chiropractor is charged with the onus to convey impressions about the suitability for chiropractic care and/or external referrals.

 

This is customarily done via a written informed consent to ensure that the patient understands the chiropractor’s findings and proposals, and where necessary, any factors that may affect recovery, and the need for any additional tests or opinions for diagnosis and / or other treatment.

 

The chiropractor must also explain the privacy policy of his or her facility. This ensures confidentiality around the collection, disclosure and possibly disposal of your personal health information. We recognize your right of access to your health information and to provide copies when requested by you or via your signed consent from other sources.

 
 
   
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