Manitoba Chiropractors

You’re in good hands

Chiropractors work with your spine to provide gentle, drug-free treatment that helps relieve pain, restore mobility, and get you back to what matters most. Book an appointment today and experience the benefits for yourself.

A natural fit for healthy living

Align your spine, align your health

Chiropractic care is a proven hands-on treatment for people of all ages and fitness levels. It is highly effective for treating many acute injuries and chronic conditions. From babies to senior citizens, athletes to couch quarterbacks, Manitoba chiropractors are here to help your body heal and improve your quality of life.

For Families

The most important people in your life deserve to enjoy life to the fullest. Your chiropractor will identify and aid in correcting conditions that may otherwise go undetected for years.

For Workers

Chiropractors help workers injured on the job recover and return to work quickly and effectively. Workers Compensation Board (WCB) covers chiropractic care for qualifying and approved claims.

For Seniors

Chiropractors help seniors improve their quality of life by preserving flexibility, increasing mobility, and managing chronic conditions that can affect their everyday lives. 

For Athletes

From weekend warriors to elite athletes, chiropractors treat many common sports injuries, reduce recovery times, and educate their patients to help prevent future re-injuries.

Chiropractic care goes a long way

By optimizing the function and free movement of your spine and central nervous system, chiropractic care benefits your whole body — not just your back and neck. Manitoba chiropractors are experts at providing a safe and effective alternative to conventional medicine.

  • Poor posture
  • Back pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Numbness and tingling
  • Dizziness and vertigo
  • Whiplash related to car accidents
  • Injuries from slips and falls
  • Tailbone pain
  • Sciatica
  • Bulging or herniated discs
  • Scoliosis
  • Pregnancy related pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Foot, knee, and hip pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Stiff neck
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Sprains and strains
  • Arthritis

If you’re wondering about a specific issue that you don’t see here, contact a chiropractor to see how they can help. If your condition requires medical or other health care related treatment your chiropractor will refer you to the proper health care professional.

It all starts in the spine

How chiropractors help

Chiropractors are highly skilled experts who specialize in adjusting the spine. Your spine’s function is to carry the weight of your body and protect the delicate and sensitive nerves that are a part of your central nervous system. By adjusting and correcting alignment and motion, chiropractic care relieves pain, restores mobility, and contributes to improving your overall health and wellness.

Every Manitoban has coverage

for chiropractic care

Every Manitoban has coverage for chiropractic care

Accessing treatment is simple and stress-free

If you have a Manitoba Health card, you can access partial provincial coverage for chiropractic care, helping you get back to what matters most. You might also qualify for additional coverage, depending on your insurance plan, if you are a Canadian Armed Forces member or veteran, or have an approved claim with MPI or WCB, and other considerations.

MB Health

MB Health covers between $10.00 and $11.00 for chiropractic adjustments, to a maximum of 7 visits per calendar year per patient.

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

MPI covers qualifying approved claims for chiropractic care for individuals injured in motor vehicle collisions.

Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB)

WCB covers chiropractic care for workers injured on the job with approved claims.

Employee Benefits

Many extended employee benefits packages include chiropractic care. Check your coverage policy for details.

Employment Income Assistance (EIA)

Recipients of EIA can access extended Manitoba Health coverage past the 7-visit maximum.