Dr. Carol has now been in practice for 27 years, and feels the keys to better health are a well adjusted spine, great nutrition, exercise and a positive attitude. She is passionate about chiropractic and the natural health benefits it provides to not only reduce symptoms but to promote your body's health potential.
Dr. Carol originally grew up in Richmond, graduating from Steveston Senior Secondary. She attended U.B.C. obtaining a Bachelor degree and followed these studies up with another four years at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, in Toronto.
In obtaining her Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Carol graduated Magna Cum Laude and with clinic honors in 1995. Dr. Carol then began practicing in South Vancouver with Dr. Zindler, and started her own practice in Richmond in 1999.
Her emphasis in practice has been family care and health & wellness promotion. The youngest patient Dr. Carol has ever seen was a few days old, the oldest being 98 years young. In utilizing specific protocols, pregnant women can find much relief with the natural benefits chiropractic has to offer.
Dr. Carol utilizes 'drop tables' when adjusting the spine which are part of the Thompson Technique, in addition to manual and activator adjustments. She is also familiar with sacral occipital technique (SOT), and Zindler techniques. Her adjustments are not just limited to the spine, but she also has great results adjusting the feet, knees and shoulder joints, which helps with various problems such as plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, knee and ankle pain, repetitive use joint pain, carpal tunnel syndrome. If x-rays of the spine are required, she can take them on site.
Dr. Carol takes pleasure in educating people on health issues and the benefits of chiropractic, and enjoys providing outside talks for groups of all sizes.
When Dr. Carol is not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her family; Blair, Hayden and Brooke. She also enjoys rollerblading, biking, fitness classes, and the outdoors and often goes camping with her family.