Tonika Clinique Chiropratique - Valery Bergeron, DC

Tonika Clinique Chiropratique - Valery Bergeron, DC

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Tonika Clinique Chiropratique - Valery Bergeron, DC
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615, Boulevard René-Lévesque O bureau 610, Downtown Montreal, Canada H3B 1P5

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Chiropractor - downtown Montreal
Each patient is unique. My goal is to be consistently attentive to my patients, in order to provide personalized chiropractic care that is tailored to each patient's individual needs.

The various techniques that I use allow me to work on the patient's spine, joints and muscles.

Chiropractic treatments are both safe and effective for treating acute and chronic pain as well as sports injuries.

Each chiropractic session includes muscle and joint treatment as well as rehabilitation exercises to speed healing.

Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, my clinic is easily accessible to people who live and work downtown.

Less than 5 minutes' walk from the McGill metro, Square Victoria metro and Central Station, and less than 10 minutes' walk from Lucien L'Allier station.

began practicing chiropractic in Repentigny in 2006 and practiced at the same clinic for almost 10 years. In 2013, I joined a clinic in downtown Montreal. I decided to open my own chiropractic clinic in order to offer my personalized approach to my patients' needs and concerns.

I am passionate about using my professional skills to treat musculoskeletal pain. Listening to my patients and providing skilled and gentle treatment are the cornerstones of my practice. I am committed to finding the source of my patients problems so they don't have to come back.

I recognize that every patient is unique. For that reason, I always tailor the treatment to his or her specific condition and always give rehabilitation exercises to speed healing. Because I am trained in a wide variety of chiropractic techniques, I can choose the technique that is best suited to the patient's condition and preferences, as some patients may prefer a gentler approach, without cavitation or popping (the sound created by gas released during a manipulation). What distinguishes me from other chiropractors is that my treatments last 25 minutes. This enables me to treat the muscles, the spine and the peripheral joints in a single appointment.

Chiropractic Manipulation and Mobilization
Chiropractors use spinal or joint manipulation (also called adjustment) to restore the mobility of the spine and peripheral joints. During the adjustment, a small noise, called cavitation or popping, can be heard. This is the sound of gas trapped within the joint being released by the manipulation. I always get the patient's consent before performing the type of manipulation that produces this noise.

Depending on the patient's condition or preference, mobilizations (i.e., manipulations without cavitation) may also be used. Your health history may be such that spinal manipulation is contraindicated. In such cases, I use only gentle mobilization techniques.

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    Chiropractor - downtown Montreal
    Each patient is unique. My goal is to be consistently attentive to my patients, in order to provide personalized chiropractic care that is tailored to each patient's individual needs.

    The various techniques that I use allow me to work on the patient's spine, joints and muscles.

    Chiropractic treatments are both safe and effective for treating acute and chronic pain as well as sports injuries.

    Each chiropractic session includes muscle and joint treatment as well as rehabilitation exercises to speed healing.

    Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, my clinic is easily accessible to people who live and work downtown.

    Less than 5 minutes' walk from the McGill metro, Square Victoria metro and Central Station, and less than 10 minutes' walk from Lucien L'Allier station.

    began practicing chiropractic in Repentigny in 2006 and practiced at the same clinic for almost 10 years. In 2013, I joined a clinic in downtown Montreal. I decided to open my own chiropractic clinic in order to offer my personalized approach to my patients' needs and concerns.

    I am passionate about using my professional skills to treat musculoskeletal pain. Listening to my patients and providing skilled and gentle treatment are the cornerstones of my practice. I am committed to finding the source of my patients problems so they don't have to come back.

    I recognize that every patient is unique. For that reason, I always tailor the treatment to his or her specific condition and always give rehabilitation exercises to speed healing. Because I am trained in a wide variety of chiropractic techniques, I can choose the technique that is best suited to the patient's condition and preferences, as some patients may prefer a gentler approach, without cavitation or popping (the sound created by gas released during a manipulation). What distinguishes me from other chiropractors is that my treatments last 25 minutes. This enables me to treat the muscles, the spine and the peripheral joints in a single appointment.

    Chiropractic Manipulation and Mobilization
    Chiropractors use spinal or joint manipulation (also called adjustment) to restore the mobility of the spine and peripheral joints. During the adjustment, a small noise, called cavitation or popping, can be heard. This is the sound of gas trapped within the joint being released by the manipulation. I always get the patient's consent before performing the type of manipulation that produces this noise.

    Depending on the patient's condition or preference, mobilizations (i.e., manipulations without cavitation) may also be used. Your health history may be such that spinal manipulation is contraindicated. In such cases, I use only gentle mobilization techniques.

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