After graduating “Cum Laude” from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1986, I started my practice in Cambridge on Adam Street. After two moves, we are now located on Eagle Street North in the Cambridge Surplus Building facing Riverside Park.
I have a special interest in pregnancy, babies and children. I have used the Webster Breech Turning Technique for well over 20 years. I am also very interested in athletes and their functional capacity.
At Blaser Chiropractic we use both Diversified (hands on) and Activator (instrument) techniques which are both gentle and effective. I also extensive training in C.B.P. – Chiropractic Biophysics which specializes in spinal reconstruction.
I have realized that the human body has an amazing ability to heal itself. The brain sends “life” messages (or nerve impulse) to every cell, tissue and organ in the body. My passion is that every person has the opportunity to maximize their nerve potentials in order to live their life to the full!
Education and work experience
Chiropractor/Owner 1986 - Now (Canada)
Our desire is to transform both our community and the world around us. Too many people are stuck in a “sickness care” model of health – the body gradually gets weaker and breaks down until symptoms show up. Even worse, patients are told that “nothing can be done” and “learn to live with it” which really means “take more and more drugs for the rest of your life”. They lose all hope.
If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, your children need help to stay healthy or you're an athlete that's not near your real potential; simply give us a call at (519) 6531020 to see whether chiropractic care may benefit you.
Our office is partnered with Chiropractors With Compassion (C.W.C.) a charitable organization to release children from the grip of poverty. For every new patient in our office, we donate $20 to C.W.C. to support specific projects around the world. Please help us to help them as well
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Doctor of Chiropractic 1982 - 1986 (Canada)
Graduated from CMCC in 1986 Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic.