Chiropractic Services in James Bay Victoria BC. Canada

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Dr. Kym Harvey

Kym was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She earned a Bachelor of Science from McMaster in 1989.   She graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1993 and started working as a locum for the next 5 years in Ontario, Newfoundland and BC, During this time, she learned many techniques and treated in many different offices learning from the established Chiropractor.    She moved to Victoria in 1998 and started her own practice within another Chiropractic office and then moved into a home practice in 2004 both in Fairfield and 4 years ago in James Bay.    She practices Diversified Technique as well as instrument adjusting such as Activator and drop table adjustments, low force techniques and soft tissue techniques. She has the experience and gentle confidence to put anyone new to Chiropractic at ease.    When she is not treating patients, she is enjoying time with her 14 year old son and cat, Charlie. She’s very grateful to walk in the forests and swim in the lakes on Vancouver Island.  


Services

Dr. Kym Harvey  provides Chiropractic services to families, pregnant women, infants and children, the elderly, and athletes. Chiropractic adjustments are gentle and effective at relieving many problems including: 

  • back pain
  • headaches
  • sciatica
  • neck pain
  • tendinitis
  • bursitis
  • carpal tunnel
  • joint pain in the extremities

As well as spinal adjustments, she offers individualized stretches and exercises to help correct problems in posture and muscle imbalance that can be done right at home, work or even in the car. Low force techniques, such as Activator, Sacral Occipital Technique, mobilization and soft tissue techniques are also performed during treatments.

Lifestyle and nutritional counselling is also part of Chiropractic.  Ways to decrease stress, improve sleep and promote overall health will be discussed.

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