Harbourfront Chiropractic, 5 Rees Street, Toronto, ON Tel: 416-260-0082
Our Story -
At Harbourfront Chiropractic we believe that the spine is the epicentre of true health. Modern posture, cumulative stress and injuries result in painful misalignments of the spine. Adjusting the spine into its optimal position gives the body the capacity to restore health.
Dr. Bober spent her teenage years as a competitive Highland dancer, travelling across the world to compete. Over the years, the cumulative high-impact trauma started to cause lower leg pain that eventually became debilitating.
Over many months, various doctors and therapists gave conflicting advice and treatments with no relief. Then a family friend recommended a chiropractor, and with nowhere else to turn, she had a consultation and began care. The chiropractor determined the cause of her pain and provided a solution: chiropractic adjustments to a poorly aligned pelvis. Not only did the pain disappear, but Dr. Bober was able to return to the active life she loved, then as a dance teacher and runner.
Dr. Bober became inspired to learn how she too could help to restore the lives of others through addressing what was standing in their way. It was then that she began her journey first at the University of Guelph attaining a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics and biomedical science, then earning her Doctorate in Chiropractic at National College of Chiropractic in Chicago and finally her Fellowship in Physical and Occupational Rehabilitation at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
In 2011, Harbourfront Chiropractic became the place where our VISION to eliminate needless suffering by improving spinal health was given clarity; where our MISSION to enhance the lives of those in our community could be fulfilled by creating extraordinary experiences in our clinic.
At Harbourfront Chiropractic we believe the spine is the epicentre of true health. We are passionate about inspiring change through improving spinal health and enhancing the well-being of our community.