Our practice is pleased to bring you the benefit of a popular chiropractic technique called the Activator Method. This state of the art method is a gentle, low-force approach to chiropractic adjusting. The technique utilizes a system of analysis to detect improper functioning of the spine and nervous system. By looking at changes in the length of your legs while lying face down, we are able to test and monitor your response to the adjustment process.

The Activator is a hand-held, spring loaded device/instrument designed to restore motion to the spine gently without twisting.  The Doctor determines the proper angle and uses the instrument to fire a light, quick and precise force into the joints of the spine.  Instrument adjusting, due to its speed and specific delivery is gentle and effective in improving spinal movement and reducing interference in your nervous system. It is also helpful for adjustment of other joints of the body, including shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and the jaw.

Wondering if it could help you?  Dr. Azzopardi brings 27 years of chiropractic experience to the table and has helped hundreds of patients suffering from neck pain, headaches, low back pain, jaw, shoulder, elbow, knee and hip problems with Activator Methods.

Why chose the Activator Method?

  • gentle and non-invasive
  • specific
  • efficient, safe and effective
  • ideal for infants and seniors 
  • restores normal movement and function        

The Activator Method is one of the most widely researched chiropractic techniques, with multiple clinical trials supporting it's safety and efficacy, helping to provide you with the best possible care.

Call us at 416-444-0944 with your questions!


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