Shoreline Chiropractic Clinic is a fully insured, licensed, and certified Toronto multidisciplinary health clinic that has been helping people overcome debilitating illnesses and disorders without the use of drugs or surgery for over 18 years. Our clinic is established in South Etobicoke, and is conveniently located 2 blocks away from Humber College's Lakeshore Campus-which is ideal for people coming in or out of downtown Toronto .
Furthermore, our Board-certified Toronto chiropractors and massage therapist have over 18 years of experience, and are qualified to provide exercise programs, massage therapy, osteopathy, active release techniques, cox flexion distraction, nutritional and wellness counseling, custom orthotics, and more. In addition, the motto at Shoreline Chiropractic Clinic has always been “We go beyond the back” since our inception. At Shoreline we focus on each person as an individual. There are no cookie cutter people so why should treatment based that way. We will make suggestions regarding the treatment path that will be the most effective to enable you to achieve your goals. We are a dedicated group who continually update and develop our skills to provide the best care possible. Be it injury care, pain relief, performance improvement, or overall well-being; we endeavor to make a positive change to your life. Our efforts have helped professional athletes, homemakers, business people, and musicians achieve their goals so why not let us help you get there too.
Below, you'll find a brief profile of the primary health care and wellness professionals at Shoreline Chiropractic Clinic that have dedicated their lives to helping others overcome debilitating injuries.
Active Release Techniques (ART) provider
Dr. Canning received his chiropractic degree from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He is a fully credentialed ART provider and has done training in a variety of methods, including Applied Kinesiology, kinesiotaping, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and Cox flexion distraction. He is an assistant instructor in the "Shoulder Made Simple" seminar series and has extensive experience in shoulder and other sports related injuries. He has treated athletes of all skill levels, from weekend warriors to professionals from the NHL, MMA, and MLB. He is extensively involved with Lakeshore Swim Club.
Chris attended Sheridan College where he received his Bachelor degree in Health Sciences, specializing in Athletic Therapy in 2007. He went on to study Massage Therapy at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and graduated in 2010. He is currently completing his fifth year in the Osteopathic training program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. Chris has over a decade of experience as the Head Athletic Therapist for the Toronto Nomads Men’s Rugby Club. He is a part-time instructor in the Massage Therapy program at Bryan College in Toronto. With his extensive experience and training, Chris is able to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions. In his spare time, Chris enjoys kitesurfing, stand up paddle boarding and spending time with family and friends.
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