Chiropractic in Guelph

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Expert Guelph Chiropractor Treatment & Care

The University of Guelph's Chiropractor Health and Performance Centre team offers clients a collaborative approach unlike any other in the city which includes comprehensive and expert chiropractic care. Our talented team of chiropractors works closely alongside an expansive team of certified practitioners, ensuring all of our patients' needs are met to the highest standards to achieve optimal health for the entire body and your injury recovery goals.

At HPC, our Guelph chiropractors do more than simply treat injuries, as leading experts in high-performance care, our team of chiropractic doctors also specializes in injury prevention work. This can help our patients perform and function at their very best.

Our team of award-winning chiropractors use an active approach to treatment and empower patients to play a key role in their overall care. HPC has provided Guelph chiropractic services in the community for over 20 years. Dr. Robert Winslow and Dr. Kate Henderson bring with them an abundance of experience, having worked with a wide range of elite athletes, both at the national level including Olympians as well as the collegiate level within our country. 

Frequently Asked Questions
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Guelph Chiropractor Assessment & Treatment Fees:

A chiropractic assessment is required before any treatment can be completed. The assessment is a comprehensive diagnostic procedure that chiropractors use to identify the cause of your pain and to recommend the most appropriate treatment. A chiropractor will ask you about your symptoms, medical history, and current health conditions, and will also perform a physical examination. After assessing your condition, the chiropractor may recommend adjustments, spinal manipulation, or a combination of both. During your 40 minutes assessment, you will likely be treated. Your Chiropractor will also guide you to understand more about your condition and show you how you can be involved in your own treatment plan. A chiropractic assessment should be performed every 6 to 12 months or before treating any new injury type. 


FEES:  $95 (40 mins) / Chiro Re-Assessments: $85 (40 mins)

Chiropractic treatments are the standard chiropractic sessions that are booked following your initial assessment. Chiropractic treatment is 20 minutes in length and will involve continuing discussion of the treatment plan, treatment techniques that are appropriate for the management of the injury, and any further education and exercise prescription to complement the initial plan.


FEE: $65 (20 mins) / $85 (40 mins)

A complex chiropractic treatment can be booked following your initial assessment. This treatment is longer in duration due to increased needs for your chiropractic treatment. These appointments are 40 minutes in length and involve continuing discussion of the treatment plan, treatment techniques that are appropriate for the management of the injury, and any further education and exercise prescription to complement the initial plan.


FEE: $80 (40 mins)

A shorter consultation treatment session to check in on progress and answer questions, provide guidance, education and exercise prescription/review.


FEE: $60 (20 minutes)

This session should be booked for our patients who are looking for a more detailed review of their injury recovery, re-assessment of mobility, function and goals and for progressions of self-care and exercise programs.


FEE: $80 (40 minutes)

Related Chiropractic Patient Resources & Articles

Neck Degenerative Disk Disease (DDD)

Heel Spurs

Heel spurs are abnormal bone growths located on the bottom of the foot, typically in the plantar heel region of the calcaneus. They can be found on the underside of the heel where the plantar fascia connects to the heel bone. 

Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome occurs when your rotator cuff muscles and tendons get pinched between the top outer edge of your shoulder blade, called the acromion, and the humerus. When this happens, it causes shoulder pain and irritation. 

Shoulder Separations & Dislocations 

Many shoulder injuries occur as a result of a sudden or traumatic event, often a fall. Shoulder separations and dislocations are both common but have very different treatment plans and recovery timelines but can be successfully treated with the help from our HPC Chiro team.