Clinic News //
I’d like to start by saying thank you all so much for your patience. The new year had a bit of a rough start for my family and I appreciate all of you respecting my need to step away from the clinic for a little while.
That being said – I’m more than ready to be adding a few hours a week. My priority will continue to be dealing with my husband’s illness as needed and my hours reflect that. I will be working on Tuesdays and Thursdays for now so as to not conflict with regular weekly appointments. That is, of course, subject to change and I will make every effort to limit appointment changes.
If you require after hours appointments, I kindly ask that you use the waitlist feature and indicate which evenings you are available – I will then fill in appointments from there.
There is now zero tolerance for coming to the clinic with any signs of illness. This is not a just COVID-19 issue anymore. We have a severely immune compromised individual in our home and since I operate a home-based, it is not a risk I am willing to take.
All COVID-19 protocols are still in effect (survey emailed out 2 hours prior to your appointment, screening at the door, sanitizing, and temperature checks). If you are feeling under the weather at all, please do not hesitate to reschedule – even if it’s 10 minutes before your appointment. I appreciated everyone’s cooperation about this. There is no late cancellation fee for cancelling due to illness.
Bonniespring Family Chiropractic is committed to the care of patients with a focus on their health and well being. I am passionate and confident in my ability to help people get better, feel better, and live better.
Patient Centred Care
Bonniespring Family Chiropractic prides itself in providing all patients with the best available treatment methods and techniques to maximize patient outcomes. Each treatment plan is individually tailored to the patient's unique clinical presentation and anatomy.
What does all that mean? Simply put - your whole health is my priority!
Are you getting enough exercise?
Physical activity is an important piece of your whole health!
Take a step in the right direction by adding physical activity to your daily lifestyle. Start by slowly increasing your physical activity to meet the new physical activity recommendations.
Physical activity doesn’t mean only sports – it can include everyday things like walking the dog, planting a garden, playing tag, building a snowman, tobogganing, and even household chores like raking the leaves, or sweeping the garage.
Remember - habits formed early can last a lifetime! Help set your children up to succeed in health.