Don’t Let Injuries Slow You Down

We treat and prevent injuries that keep you
from reaching your full potential

Core Services

For the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries…not just the spine!


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Prevention, care and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.


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Revitalise tired muscles or simply feel invigorated and relaxed.


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Recover movement and function to your full potential.


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  • Leslie and Kevin are on the leading edge of chiropractic treatment. I found no comparison with others…

    Brenda H.
  • I am extremely pleased with the results from various treatments which I have been receiving…

    Melinda E. R.
  • Dr. Leslie McDowalls treatments have helped to heal my hip… She is truly a skilled and caring doctor.

    Maria C.
  • I really feel like I am taken care of and my needs and concerns are listened too and addressed.

    Adriana G.
  • Kevin’s personal approach makes me feel comfortable, relaxed and completely at ease.

    Kelley R.

Reach your full potential


Special Rehabilitation Techniques


A patented technique used by elite athletes worldwide, Active Release is a manual therapy that effectively treats muscle and tendon injuries.


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A patented technique using stainless steel treatment instruments, Graston has a reputation for quickly fixing muscle, tendon, ligament and fascial injury.


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A traditional treatment approach gaining more and more scientific validity…


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Perhaps the newest trend in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, laser therapy is a modern and pain-free approach to healing many conditions.


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Your feet will thank you!


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Latest Blog Posts

Foam Rolling for Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Are you feeling sore after starting a new exercise or increasing your exercise intensity?  You may have delayed onset muscle soreness, often referred to as DOMS. What is delayed onset muscle soreness? Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is an exercise-related pain that occurs in your muscles (not joints), after a new or unusually intense exercise. …


Understanding the Forces of Sport Injury

Imagine a cardboard box. It’s a fairly stable structure that can withstand a certain amount of weight placed on it.  For example, if you placed a one-pound weight on that box it would likely be able to hold that amount of compression.  Now imagine adding another one-pound weight and continue to add weights one by one.…




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