Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program


Neurofunctional Treatment of Pain and Dysfunction

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Chandini
Bakshi

005-S11

Chiropractor (DC)

Background:

Dr. Bakshi attended the University of Toronto where she studied Life Sciences, specializing in Biology and Psychology. She then attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, graduating with clinical honours. Dr. Bakshi has completed her specialization in state-of-the-art electronic instrument technology. She is one of the few Chiropractic Specialists in Ontario that utilizes the Impulse Adjusting instrument- one of the safest, gentlest and most precise ways to manipulate the spine. Additionally, she has completed her certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and uses Acupuncture extensively in practice.

Expertise:

Dr. Bakshi is an evidence-based practitioner that incorporates an array of chiropractic techniques and acupuncture to promote whole-body health and well-being. Patients have greatly appreciated her compassion and competence to accurately identify the source of their discomfort and her ability to devise an individualized treatment plan.

Philosophy:

Dr. Bakshi’s motto? “Be the change you wish to see in the world”- Gandhi.

Contact Info

9057960800

Singleton Chiropractic Centre

400 Queen Street West

Suite 105

Brampton

Ontario

Canada

L5M4Y1

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