Dr. John Harman, Chiropractor, Fonthill, ON

Dr. John Harman

Dr. John Harman

Fonthill, ON
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Dr. John Harman Bio

Dr. Jack Harman graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2018, and received his undergraduate degree in Rehabilitation Sciences at Western University, London, Ontario. He is also certified in neurofunctional acupuncture through the McMaster University Neurofunctional program. Dr. Jack employs a contemporary blend of current, evidence-based treatment styles to improve functional performance and eliminate pain to achieve optimal results and keep his patients feeling their best. During his free time, Dr. Jack enjoys outdoor activities such as camping and spending time at the family cottage. Having spent most of his life playing sports, he makes sure to stay active, and always makes time to support his lifelong team; the LEAFS.

Dr. John Harman,  Chiropractor, 160 Hwy 20 W Fonthill, ON L0S 1E0 Is in good standing with the College of Chiropractic Association of Canada

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Dr. John Harman,  Chiropractor, 160 Hwy 20 W Fonthill, ON L0S 1E0

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It's great that you're considering chiropractic care for various conditions. Chiropractors can indeed provide treatments to address neuromusculoskeletal issues, including those related to scoliosis, hip and pelvis pain, and shoulder arthritis. However, it's important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as a local chiropractor, to determine the most appropriate treatment approach for your specific situation.

For scoliosis, chiropractic care may involve spinal adjustments and exercises aimed at improving posture and reducing spinal curvature. A chiropractor can assess the severity of scoliosis and provide appropriate treatment recommendations.

In the case of hip and pelvis pain, chiropractors can assess the underlying cause of the pain and provide treatments such as spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, exercises, and other modalities to alleviate symptoms and promote healing.

Regarding shoulder arthritis, chiropractors may offer non-surgical treatment options to help manage the condition. These options can include rest, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs), chiropractic adjustments to improve range of motion, corticosteroid injections, and heat/cold therapy. However, the specific treatment plan would depend on the individual's condition and should be discussed with a chiropractor.

Remember, while chiropractic care can be beneficial for many individuals, it's important to have a thorough evaluation by a qualified healthcare professional to ensure that the treatments are appropriate for your specific needs. Consulting with a local chiropractor would allow you to discuss your condition in detail and determine the best course of action.


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