ST. ALBERT CHIROPRACTIC
I followed the footsteps of my father into Chiropractic. My father had begun his first practice in Westlock Alberta in 1960. It wasn’t long before the demand for Chiropractic cars led my father to open multiple satellite practices.
At the time, there was no real professional trained in restoring balance to the muscular and skeletal systems, and my father’s practices flourished. He eventually worked in his main practice in Westlock as well as in Barrhead, Slave Lake, Morinville, and Athabasca. My father worked six days a week to support his ten children and devoted wife, and eventually it became time to slow down.
As their children aged and needed to attend college, my parents settled on St Albert as the ideal community to raise their children. So my father built his St Albert Chiropractic Clinic, the same building I work in today.
On graduating from Chiropractic college, I chose to work with my father in St Albert and also to grow my own practice near the University of Alberta in Edmonton. I had the opportunity to learn from my father and to work with students from the health sciences studies. This gave me insights from each of the many successful aspects of body work.
DR. BRYAN BRODEUR
DR. BRYAN BRODEUR
I’ve found that by working with patients and truly listening to their issues and their concerns, we can always develop a treatment plan that is effective and works for them.
I see my relationship with my patients as a long term friendship. We manage crises and when we are done, we build long term programs that end in stronger, longer cores and healthier, happier people.
Full flexibility and strength are crucial to our health. A blend of muscular release techniques, advanced stretching tables and techniques, and traditional chiropractic approaches work exceptionally well on restoring alignment. This allows me to get my new patients out of pain, and help them retain their alignment.
I fully believe that retaining our strength and our alignment is absolutely crucial if we hope to live long in a strong body. So, when we are out of pain, I always recommend continuing care. This means we meet at your convenience on a regular basis to assess your progress, restore muscular or mechanical asymmetry, and send you home with advice on how to get even stronger.
I feel our clinic’s approach is a superior one, both providing relief and helping you become stronger. I encourage anyone with any issue to book a consult with myself today. We could chat about where you would like to improve your health and discover what we can do for you.