We believe that you were DESIGNED to be EXTRAORDINARY
At The Healthy Family Chiropractic & Wellness Centre our goal is simple - to offer the best, most thorough, most advanced chiropractic care available. We are proud the be one of the largest chiropractic offices in Ontario and one of the few in the world who specialize in spinal correction.
It is our mission to set people free to live the abundant life. We engage our people in true health care - a joint journey between doctor and patient with the common goal of experiencing life to the fullest. We share this journey with newborns, children, teenagers, adults and seniors,
A person doesn't necessarily have to be in pain to be a patient at The Healthy Family, just have a desire to live life to its fullest potential. Our brand new state-of-the-art office is equipped with the latest technology, including on-site digital X-ray, Advanced Digital X-ray marking software and digital spinal Electromyography scanner; making examination both efficient and thorough.
Dr. Posa has vast experience taking care of newborns, pregnant women, young children, adults and seniors. The office mission is to have a tremendous proactive impact on the health of our community. We intend on making The Healthy Family a world leader in quality health care.
At your first visit to our office, we will listen to you, discuss your personal health goals, and give you one of the most thorough examinations you've ever received. Our goal isn't to simply make you feel better, but to eliminate the underlying cause of your health concern.
After your initial consultation, the doctor will take time to review your case, and invite you back for a special report of findings visit. By this point, the doctor will have prepared a verbal and written summary of your case; along with detailed recommendations for recovery and maintenance of your health. Let's get started!
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