Doctorate of Chiropractic degree (D.C.) in 1977 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
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Exercise regularly (if you have increased pains and limitations while doing any exercises, consult your chiropractor for analysis of the need for any corrective treatment and advice).

Follow a healthy diet (if you do not have enough knowledge, read books, consult knowledgeable health professional which can include doctors of chiropractic.
Maintain good posture as directed by a chiropractor.
Stretch your spine before and after sports.
Don’t overload backpacks, shoulder bags, purses.
Do not cradle the phone between your neck and shoulder.
Sleep on your back and sides, not on your stomach.
Invest in a good chair, pillow, mattress, and back seat support.
Have regular spinal checkups.
 

MYTH

“Chiropractic treatment involves “cracking” my back.”

FACT

One part of chiropractic treatment does involve applying quick, precise, skilful pressure to a joint which creates a cracking or popping sound. The sound originates in the release of a gas bubble in the joint. This is called an “adjustment”
 
MYTH

“It can’t be right to use pressure on my spine.”

FACT

The adjustment does not involve a great deal of force. Skill, positioning, speed, and timing are more important than force.

 
MYTH

“I heard that cracking your joints can cause arthritis.”

FACT

There is no reason to believe there is any connection. In fact, an adjustment increases mobility, reduces pressure on the joints and nerves, and allows the spine and joints to return to more normal alignment, position and flexibility.

 
   
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