King West Chiropractic Health Centre is located in downtown Toronto’s PATH system, in the concourse of 145 King St. West and has been operating as a multi-disciplinary health clinic for over 20 years.
Dr. Chan and Dr. Lyons each have been practicing Chiropractic since 1997 and have been business partners since 1998. The health care team at KWC also includes Registered Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Acupuncture and Osteopath. This amazing team of practitioners are skilled and extremely dedicated to the clinic, some of whom have been at KWC for over 5-10 years.
As an established clinic with a range of practitioners, we are able to use our experience and expertise to give our patients the best care possible. Working together, we hope to optimize our patients’ health and well-being. Many of our patients work in the downtown core; we also respect their busy schedules and work closely with our highly-trained support staff to minimize wait times.
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Dr. Chan and Dr. Lyons are one of 10 Activator Methods chiropractic doctors in the GTA. The Activator adjusting instrument is a highly specialized instrument designed to give a controlled force to the joint which then is a catalyst for decreasing pain, neurological healing, increased joint range of motion and decreased muscle spasm.
The Activator method provides a safe and effective adjustment to the spine and extremity joints while also improving postural alignment. Both doctors have the Advanced Proficiency Activator rating, and have been using Activator as their primary technique for over 10 years.
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We Understand What You’re Going Through…
We don’t charge for missed chiropractic treatments because we understand that meetings come up and sometimes you have to miss an appointment because your kid is sick.
We understand how confusing it can be to choose the right treatment when you are in pain.
We started meditating to help calm our busy minds.
We recognized that with our slowing metabolisms that adding weight training was necessary to be strong to build muscle mass.
We experience injury during our activities and seek the appropriate treatment for the best recovery.
We try to make self-care a priority while tending to hectic family and professional lives.
We wear a backpack instead of a heavy shoulder bag to practice what we preach.
We hike, bike, run and stretch. We hit the volleyball, stand-up-paddleboard and then stretch some more.
We cry when there’s a mountain of stress.
We get body work done, not as a luxury, but to ensure we can perform to the highest level.
We remind ourselves to breathe when the going gets tough.
We get it.