& Acupuncture

Clinic News //

We have said goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021 with open arms! With this New Year comes big changes for my family. We received news over Christmas that has me needing to step away from the clinic. At this point we do not have a timeline. As a result, I will keep you informed via email and the website. Should you need to contact me for any reason please reach out via email.

For now, I would like to direct you two wonderful clinics that are aware of our situation and happy to take over care for as long as necessary.


Some of you are already familiar with Thrive Health PTBO from my last maternity leave. They have four excellent chiropractors, all of whom I highly recommend. They can be found at www.thrivehealthptbo.ca or by calling 705-775-9453.


Closer to home you will find Dr. Taylor Bonner at Cavan Chiropractic. You can find her at www.cavanchiropractic.ca or by calling 705-944-8964.


Both clinics use Jane for online booking, which most of you are already familiar with for booking online with me.


Thank you for your patience at this time and for respecting my family’s need for privacy as we deal with what is ahead. I look forward to seeing you all again soon!

Mission Statement


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.