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Welcome to the office of DR. BRIAN DOWER, Your downtown Toronto Chiropractor

Dr Brian Dower

We are pleased to welcome you to the official website for Dr. Brian Dower, your chiropractor in downtown Toronto, ON. Whether you are in need of chronic pain relief or you just want to secure a healthier future for yourself and your family, Dr. Dower offers safe, effective chiropractic care that can enable you to achieve and maintain optimal well-being. Please take a moment to acquaint yourself with our site, our services, and our ability to enhance your quality of life.

Chiropractic Treatment and Pain Relief in Toronto

Chiropractic treatment encompasses a tremendous range of conditions and potential benefits for its ability to address the root of a health problem, as opposed to simply muting the outward symptoms. It can certainly be used for preventative wellness purposes by helping you keep your spinal alignment -- and therefore your entire nervous system and systemic functionality -- in top operating condition. But we don't stop at chiropractic adjustments here. Dr. Dower can integrate multiple healing modalities into a holistic, "whole-body" health and wellness plan just for you. We offer a variety of services including:

About Dr. Brian Dower

If you are looking for a skilled, experienced chiropractor who looks beyond the surface of your health, our downtown Toronto chiropractor, Dr. Dower, is ready, willing, and able to address every aspect of your family's health and wellness. Dr. Dower came to this field after experiencing the power of chiropractic care as a patient and realizing that he wanted to help others achieve greater vitality and quality of life.

To achieve this goal, Dr. Dower utilizes a variety of chiropractic techniques (including Diversified, Sigma, Activator and Thompson Drop Table) for natural relief of many kinds of pain conditions and nerve dysfunctions. He also prescribes a variety of other natural supportive therapies as needed to round out your care, while also serving as a comprehensive resource for lifestyle advice and ongoing preventative care.

Schedule an Appointment with Dr. Dower Today

If you are looking to experience drug-free pain relief, faster injury recovery, and a higher standard of day-to-day health, schedule your visit with Dr. Brian Dower. We are convenently located in the Park Road Healing Arts Center near the Bloor-Yonge Metro station. Call us at (416) 920-7275 today.

Dr. Brian Dower

Toronto Chiropractor | (416) 920-7275

28 Park Rd Toronto, ON M4W 1M1


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OUR LOCATION

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-11:30 am

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:30 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:30 pm

Friday:

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr. Brian Dower
    D.C., B.Comm.
    Chiropractor in Toronto
    As a family-oriented practice, our team welcomes people of all ages with a wide variety of health concerns. We take pride in our office, where you'll enjoy a friendly, professional and comfortable visit.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've been a patient of Dr. Dower's for a few years now and I couldn't be happier with the way I'm being treated. From his initial consultation (the most in depth I've experienced) to the actual treatments, I truly feel that I've found a chiropractor that has my best interests in mind....thank-you Dr. Dower. I've had the help of many chiropractors throughout my life and can honestly say that Dr. Dower has proven to be the best of them all. I wouldn't hesitate recommending him to both family and friends so if you're looking for a trusted and knowledgeable professional to manage your pain, I'd start with him."
    Brett P. (via Google)

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