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Calgary Chiropractic Society Patient Information

Calgary chiropractors have worked together to bring you this informative website.

The Calgary Chiropractic Society (CCS) is a relied-upon, trusted information resource regarding the benefits of chiropractic care and wellness. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for the public and the hundreds of thousand patients seeing chiropractors annually throughout Calgary.

Many people could benefit from our natural brand of health care, but some are unsure. They have questions. Sometimes because of old wrong-headed ideas that circulate about chiropractic and chiropractors. We’re here to set the record straight!

If that’s you, you’re in the right place to get straight, simple answers from the CCS. Securing a qualified chiropractor in Calgary begins here.

Please explore our site. Look for answers and get acquainted with our philosophy.

calgary chiropractorTo the right, when you’re ready to begin safe, natural and effective chiropractic care, select a CCS member chiropractor that supports this website and is located near you (search by community). We’re sure that you will find him or her prepared to help you and your family get well and then stay well.

Please tour our site. If you want more detailed information or have questions simply call the chiropractor near you.

Yours in good health,

Dr. Robert Clarke
Dr. Ian Mosher
Dr. Seth Shiu
CCS Executive

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