Connections Matter

We have 3 major connections that matter most to us here.

Your Connection to You
We believe that the connection between your brain and body is the most important connection of all.
Our chiropractic adjustments optimize this connection so that you can function at your best, heal more effectively, and coordinate with ease.

Our Connection
We are dedicated to building strong connections with our patients, getting to know you on a personal level, and understanding your unique needs and goals.
By building this connection, we can help you be your best in all areas of your life that matter most to you.

Connection to Our World
At Connection Chiropractic, we are committed to making a positive impact on the world around us.
That means being actively involved in our community and supporting charities, as well as being mindful of our environment in our office choices.
We believe that a healthy world starts with healthy individuals, and we’re here to help you achieve optimal health and wellness.

We Offer

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care has long been used for pain. It's much much more than that and research is now showing that it's the impact on brain function that changes both symptoms and function for people with the chiropractic adjustment.

Dr. Karen uses several techniques for chiropractic care.

Dr. Karen Garner

Dr. Karen Garner finds joy and importance in connection 
and helping people reach their potential.

Dr. Karen Garner graduated from the University of Western Ontario before pursuing an education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College for a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Karen is passionate about helping people reach their full potential.

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A headache is a very generalized term given to pain that is felt in the head or sometimes the neck. There are many different types of pain associated with headaches ranging from acute localized discomfort to a more generalized ache. Some headaches may appear suddenly and only last for a short period of time while others may build gradually and last for several hours.

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Neck pain

Neck pain is a relatively common ailment, of which most of us will experience at least once in our lifetime. In most cases, neck pain will improve and disappear on its own, but if you frequently suffer from this problem, or find that conventional ways of relieving your pain are not working, you may want to consider chiropractic care.

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Shoulder pain

The shoulder joint is one of the most complex joints of the human body. The shoulder depends on multiple systems of ligaments, muscles and tendons. These systems work together to stabilize the shoulder and provide functional movement along with allowing other supporting joints to do the same.

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Joint pain

As people age, it is a common often belief that the pain and discomfort associated with our joints is a normal occurrence that we are forced to live with. While our joints can experience levels of degradation as we age, the pain and reduced mobility that is often associated with arthritis doesn’t have to be something that we suffer through. Instead, let's review some of the facts around chiropractic care and how it can be beneficial in treating the pain associated with arthritis.

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Wrist/Hand pain

As the professional community ages, the diagnoses of carpal tunnel syndrome continue to rise. Carpal tunnel syndrome is commonly associated with the repetitive movement related to typing on a keyboard with improper hand positioning. Carpal tunnel syndrome creates a burning, numbness, or tingling sensation in the hands or wrists and can occur on one or both sides.

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Lower Back pain

Lower back pain is an exceptionally common complaint and it is estimated that 80% of Americans will suffer from it at some point during their lifetime. Lower back pain is also a leading cause of absence from work due to ill health, even though more than half of all cases are believed to be a direct result of the patient doing a job that involves continual sitting.

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Hip pain

Hip pain can be temporary or chronic, and can be caused by a range of different factors, the most common of which is osteoarthritis. Patients with osteoarthritis experience inflammation of the tissues around the joint including damage to cartilage, and this can lead to pain, stiffness and mobility issues. Less commonly, hip pain can be caused by other issues with the musculoskeletal system such as problems with the shape of the bones, infections or fractures. The good news is hip pain can nearly always be improved using chiropractic treatment.

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Knee pain

Knee pain is a very common issue, and in most cases, occurs as a result of an injury to the joint and surrounding soft tissue. This can be from an individual event or as a result of overuse, such as through playing sport. Stiffness and inflammation often accompany knee pain, and you may find it difficult to use the joint as you would normally. Chiropractic treatment is highly beneficial at treating knee pain and its associated effects, as well as the underlying cause.

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Foot pain

Many people live with consistent and regular foot pain. While others may have pain that occurs only when they are engaged in certain activities. While orthotics may not be the right answer for everyone to help with this pain, it’s a good idea to consult with a professional to decide if orthotics are a good option for you.

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