Greig TaylorI've got your back
Motor Vehicle Accident RehabICBC will pay for necessary chiropractic treatment due to an MVA, and does not require a co-pay. If you know of anyone who has pain related to a motor vehicle accident that may be wary of costs associated with a rehabilitation program, please have them book an assessment or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Active Care and ExerciseI think the most valuable thing I can offer is education and encouragement to get people moving more. All my patients get some type of movement homework, whether it is to help them alleviate pain and discomfort, or to work on being stronger and more injury resistant. I can also help with recommendations if you are looking for a gym or evaluating a new workout routine.
Continuing CareI am here to support you in your health goals. That may mean an occasional tune-up to settle down some minor aches. It may mean helping with some nutritional advice or an exercise program. It might be recommending another health professional who can get you closer to whatever your goal is. If you have questions about your health, please feel free to email me.
I moved from Toronto to Kamloops in fall 2010 and love my new community. We are excited to raise our kids in a city that has so much natural beauty as well as so many places to get outside and play. I am an active runner and can be found most days somewhere on the trails in Kenna Cartwright or Petersen Creek parks.
About my practice
I’ve got your back: I am here to help you with your health goals. What your specific goals are determines what I will do for you. I help people get out of pain and rehabilitate their bodies after injury. I educate people on how to avoid future painful episodes or reduce their future risk of injury. I work with people to teach them how to move more efficiently to make them more resilient, stronger and faster. I have been working for some time to find great practitioners around Kamloops who are the best at what they do. I want to make you a better you, and recognize that I am not an expert in many areas. That’s why I work alongside a physiotherapist, athletic trainers and sports medicine physicians. I also know many excellent nutritional coaches, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, and counselors who can help you. If I know someone who can do the job better or knows more about a specific area, I will make sure you get to see that person.
Resources// Education and Self-Care
Pain Science Education
a great little movie about why we hurt
An even better one if you have 15 minutes
I am a big fan of these novel movements, recorded by Cory Blickenstaff, a physiotherapist in Washington. They are a great self-management tool for people with back pain, neck pain or headaches to try. The idea is to work gently on some movements that you don’t often perform in an effort to find some pain free or relieving motions. Your brain really likes new and interesting movement, and may let you move around without pain. This should help decrease the perceived threat to the tissues in the area and generally reduce pain. Although I think these are incredibly helpful, they are movement suggestions only and do not replace a professional diagnosis. Keep it gentle, and in the spirit of exploration. At worst, you’ll have spent 5 minutes moving around, which is never a bad thing
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