Chiropractor Ottawa

What is a Chiropractor?

A chiropractor is a doctor specializing in neuomusculoskeletal injuries, basically nerve problems, muscle & tendon problems, and joint problems. Using hands-on techniques, the primary goals are to decrease pain and increase functioning.

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While there are lots of different techniques that chiropractors employ, it comes down to ensuring that each patient gets a unique treatment that is customized to their injuries and helps take them to their goal.

We want to ensure that we are not just creating a short term fix, but working together to create long lasting solutions to live a happy healthy life.

At our clinic, Dr. Stoltz strives to create these long term solutions by addressing muscles, joints and nerves all issues throughout the course of the plan.

Another important factor in any treatment plan is the home care rehabilitation. Every patient that comes in our clinic will receive a personalized strength and flexibility care plan to accompany the in office treatments.

What Chiropractors Treat

Chiropractors have training throughout the body on all sorts of injuries from strains & sprains to sciatica, and everything in between; TMJ to your ankles.Some of the most common conditions chiropractors treat include:

    • Headaches & Migraines
    • Neck Pain
    • Shoulder Pain
    • Low Back Pain
    • Hip Pain
    • Postural Issues
    • Strains & Sprains
    • Sports injuries

Patient's Feedback

  • The clinic and staff have a very pleasant atmosphere. Petra is an excellent masseuse. Direct billing makes visiting stress free.

    Val Maidens Avatar Val Maidens
    15 March 2023
  • I came to Dr Stoltz unable to walk from the back pain I had. I walked out in just a couple of sessions perfectly. He explained everything in detail my... read more

    Nissreen Mansour Avatar Nissreen Mansour
    14 August 2022
  • I have had massage therapy from John for four years and can attest to the exceptional benefits from the massage therapy I have received from him. Johns knowledge and technique... read more

    Hil C Avatar Hil C
    11 February 2023
  • Greg and the entire team at OPRC are incredible. They are warm, welcoming, and work in tandem with each other to provide the absolute best services and restorative care. I've... read more

    Karlee Stauffer Avatar Karlee Stauffer
    12 January 2024
  • Dr. Stoltz is a professional and knows his job. He is very friendly and makes you feel relax and comfortable. I have been suffering from neck and shoulder pain for... read more

    Saeid Kianpour Avatar Saeid Kianpour
    27 January 2022
  • Honest, professional and effective. I have been suffering through back pain for the past 2 years. I spent thousands of dollars on physiotherapy, massage, and other forms of relief. The... read more

    Daniel Polan Avatar Daniel Polan
    27 March 2022

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What to Expect on your First Visit

Your first appointment will start with an initial assessment. You will be asked many detailed questions about your pain or injury and what are your goals for treatment.

Next your practitioner will do several physical tests to determine things such as your:

    • Range of Motion (mobility and flexibility)
    • Strength
    • Ligament and Joint stability
    • Reflexes, Sensation
    • Nerve Tests
    • Swelling
    • Palpation (which specific ligaments, bones, joints, tendons are tender to touch

These tests are designed to help your physiotherapist diagnose your pain or injury, and then determine the best treatment plan for your condition.

Your treatment will be based on your diagnosis. We consider education one of the most important aspects of therapy and will provide you with information about your condition and its management. Understanding your condition allows you to take a direct and positive role in your recovery.

Hours of operation:

8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

By appointment only.


Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic (OPRC)

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