Chiropractor Serving Clayton Park
- Whole family wellness services
- Pregnancy & Pediatric adjustments & massage
Whether it’s low back pain or sciatica, headaches or neck pain or a more persistent ailment such as carpal tunnel syndrome or headaches. Chiropractic specializes in the function and movement of your body. We can find the functional issues, improve your movement and when needed help teach you how to avoid causing this pain or condition again. We accomplish this through in-office adjustment visits as well as home exercises and guidance.
- Sports & Injury care
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Treatment for TMJ and Jaw Pain
Our massage therapist has vast experience in treating rehabilitation and injuries as well as specific training to help people suffering from TMJ and Jaw Pain.
- Naturopathic doctor for over 20 years
- Digestive ailments treatment
- Food sensitivities including Gluten
- Hormone imbalance
Our Naturopathic Doctor has over 20 years experience and specializes in helping people discover how they can improve their health through lifestyle changes. From helping determine what someone should or shouldn’t be eating to performing specializes testing to help treat IBS.
About Clayton Park and Area
Clayton Park, a suburb of Halifax, first began development in 1962. The area existed, along with Fairview and Rockingham, independent from Halifax until 1969, at which time city sewer and water were extended to the Clayton Park community. Initially, Clayton Park was modeled after “new town” of Don Mills, Ontario, a small post-war planned community.
Compared to other areas of Halifax, Clayton Park offered larger home lots (1/4 to 1/2 acre) with winding streets and small shopping and entertainment areas that were easily walkable by most residents. As the area has matured over the past 50 years a Library, Sporting and Recreation facility (Canada Games Centre), as well as the largest retail area of Halifax, Bayers Lake, has been added.
Clayton Park West was an extension of the original area in the 1990’s which began with the development of Bayers Lake Industrial park. This new area, with a centre vein of Parkland Drive, was envisioned to be a mix of multi-residential buildings (both apartments and condominiums) as well as townhomes and larger single detached homes has grown into a beautiful place to live and raise a family.
There are numerous sporting fields and walking trails in the area that are publicly available for enjoyment and the newer Canada Games Centre, Halifax West High School and Halifax Library have all been welcome additions to the community. Wonderful events have been held at the new Halifax West school in Clayton Park and the Canada Games Centre is the one of the nicest health and wellness centres in Atlantic Canada.