Where the people of Chilliwack can come to learn about their health and well being
Spencer Devenney D.C.
Dr Devenney has an informal laid back approach to helping people understand sometimes difficult concepts. His style of blog posts are heartfelt and genuine but he attempts to have a light hearted humorous tone. Feel free to click on over to the individual blog posts and tell him what you think of his content and style.
Cornelius van de Wall D.C.
Dr. van de Wall has graduated recently and is excited to share all the latest in scientific advances that have been made in the last few years. His approach and tone tries to clarify and motivate positive changes for his patients as well as the other practitioners that are working together to help you move and feel better.
Tyler Yost Med RCC
Tyler is working on writing articles that will help you to understand the complexity of human emotion and mental health. He will help you to understand if what you are feeling is normal, or if you are struggling with something that needs further support.
Katrina Winnig RMT
Massage Therapy has been around for a very long time. Krista has a very active approach to her care. Moving as you are treated will help her to determine what isn’t working and work with the muscles to improve their function and rehab the muscles to achieve your goals. We are also looking forward to Krista’s first blog post.
Getting in touch with ICBC Should I get examined? What should I expect from treatment? So I was just in a car crash.. now what? Who do I call? Should I get checked? What if I feel OK? The responsibilities of dealing with the aftermath of a crash can feel as sudden as...
The question is why do some people start to hurt and feel “old” and have this type of pain sooner than others.
Do you struggle with chronic pain? Read this post and see if new findings can help you.
Fix Your Squat - Part One Welcome to the first post of the squat series. These posts are meant for those with some weightlifting experience looking to improve on their technique/weight, prevent future injury, or manage ongoing issues. In order to talk about...
Headaches & Chiropractic Headaches affect almost 50% of adults globally, and are listed as third highest for years lost due to disability (1). Our most common headaches have traditionally been classified as migraines, and tension-type headaches. More...
Arthritis: What you need to know Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis, and a leading cause of disability in adults (1). It can lead to pain, swelling, stiffness, and decreased range of motion that often interferes with daily...
Sleep is one of those things that if you get it, you forget about it, but if you don’t get it or it is of poor quality it can have a negative impact on your entire life.
The who the what now? Grasta what? Isn’t that the Jamaican guys who wear the dreadlocks? Okay, anyone who reads my post on a regular basis, all 3 of you thanks Mom (man, I am not even sure my Mom reads these). Anyway… I am going to do a series of much smaller posts...
Chiropractors are MORE than just Spine Doctors In the wonderful world of manual therapy there is much more going on than the spine. Yup, I am a Chiropractor and I did just say that, there is more to the world of mechanical dysfunction than...
Here’s where we get to the fun stuff. Have you ever had one friend who goes to a chiropractor for their back pain and loves it, and a different friend who has gone to a Chiropractor and had a bad experience?