A Unique Downtown Toronto Chiropractic Experience!
The staff at our downtown Toronto chiropractic office focuses on our clients and their health goals. We can help whether simply through pain relief, through teaching the strategies to help your body adapt to stress, or through addressing your desire in making wellness chiropractic care a part of an active lifestyle.
The Spadina Chiropractic team at the downtown Toronto office consists of a holistic team of licensed chiropractors and therapists within a relaxed and professional office setting. With years of combined clinical experience, each of our health care professionals is highly skilled across multiple areas of expertise. We invite you to meet and learn more about our outstanding team…
Dr. Eva Chan is the founder of Spadina Chiropractic and is a chiropractor herself. She completed an undergraduate degree in Physical Education & Health from the University of Toronto, and subsequently attended Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri where she obtained her Doctorate in Chiropractic and Master in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. Dr. Chan has also completed specialized ICPA courses to provide chiropractic care to infants, children and pregnant women, and is certified in the Webster Technique for breech presentation. Dr. Chan believes that chiropractic care is integral in overcoming injury, achieving optimal physical performance and sustaining wellness.
Grace Smith is our wonderful office manager. She is the warm and friendly face that everyone first encounters at our downtown Toronto office. An experienced office manager for chiropractors, Grace is extremely knowledgeable of all our health care professionals and in the services we provide. As a long-time resident of Toronto’s Annex neighborhood, Grace is especially interested in making sure that the individuals in her community are healthy, thriving and living each day with their utmost potential. Feel free to contact her with any and all questions!
Tricia Jacques is a registered physiotherapist. She received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary, her Master in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto, and is currently completing her Master in Clinical Science (Manipulative Therapy) at the University of Western Ontario. Tricia has a treatment style that includes professional skills, active listening and empathy for her patients. She considers the whole person when she assesses and treats. You can expect hands on treatment in addition to therapeutic exercises, education and acupuncture depending on what is most appropriate for you.