Chiropractic Care


At Active Care Chiropractic Center, our chiropractors pride themselves on providing you with a complete treatment that will include a combination of proven techniques and exercise prescription. We believe in treating our patients like family, and every treatment will reflect this by individualized care that is thorough and meets your needs. 

Our chiropractors see everyone from pregnant women, to babies, athletes, and the elderly. Common conditions treated by our chiropractors include neck and back pain, migraines and headaches, arthritis, pelvic pain with pregnancy, jaw pain, and conditions of the arms and legs such as carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle sprains, shoulder pain, hip pain, and much more. 

On your first visit with Dr. Patel, Dr. McLellan, or Dr. Burchill, expect a thorough history taking and examination. Our chiropractors will help you find the root cause of your issue and will tailor a treatment plan to meet your needs. Providing no major health concerns, you will also receive treatment on your first visit. Initial appointments are approximately one hour in length. 

When coming in for subsequent treatments, expect to have complete care that does not just include adjustments. Follow-up visits with our chiropractors are approximately twenty minutes in length. Treatments may include adjustments, soft-tissue techniques, acupuncture, modalities such as low-level laser, ultrasound, or interferential current (IFC), and exercise prescription. Our chiropractors will also educate you on the importance of sleep and nutrition in the healing process. They may also recommend foot orthotics or compression socks when appropriate. 




All of our chiropractors are providers of neurofunctional  acupuncture, and will incorporate this treatment option when it is appropriate for your condition. This often includes electroacupuncture.  

Neurofunctional acupuncture treatments aim to modulate neurological activity at every level that has been disturbed. It can be used to address pain associated with dysfunctions of the nervous system, poor biomechanics, and muscular issues. 

Common conditions treated by acupuncture include sciatica, chronic pain, migraines and headaches, jaw pain, muscle tightness, nerve pain, athletic injuries, and much more. 


Massage Therapy


At Active Care Chiropractic Center, our registered massage therapists are interested in addressing your specific needs while creating a comforting treatment space. Before a treatment, your massage therapist will perform an initial assessment and health history to understand the root cause of your problem. This allows them to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your individual health needs.


Massage techniques offered include deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, prenatal massage, myofascial release, cupping, hot stone massage, and aromatherapy.  Appointments can be 45, 60, or 90 minutes in length.


Our massage therapists also offer children’s massage, which can be used to assist with sports-related muscular issues, poor posture, decreasing muscle tension, and improving quality of sleep. Just like adults, children benefit from the calming effect of having a massage. This can be used as a natural form of stress-reduction for your child. Massages for children and teenagers are approximately 30-45 minutes in length.


To learn more about massage services offered, check out our massage therapists below or contact the office directly.

Foot Muscles Model

Custom Orthotics


When appropriate, our chiropractors may suggest and fit you for custom orthotics for your specific issue. Unlike over-the-counter inserts, custom orthotics are designed for your unique foot and health challenges. They will give you the stability you need to reduce stress and strain on your feet and joints from the ground up. While orthotics can be used for issues in the feet, such as bunions or plantar fasciitis, they can also be used to assist in the treatment in leg pain and low back pain.

Our chiropractors are trained to determine if you require an orthotic device. If there is a need for orthotics, our chiropractors will assess your foot structure and function, take a 3-D scan of your feet, an design an orthotic specific to your needs.


To learn more about custom orthotics, please contact us to make an appointment with one of our chiropractors.




When attending physiotherapy with Jolie Gale, PT, you will receive a combination of research guided treatments and exercise prescription. You can expect an individualized treatment plan to meet your needs and help achieve your goals. Since Jolie Gale, PT operates out of a multidisciplinary clinic, referral to another provider in the clinic, when needed, is quite seamless. 

Physiotherapists see everyone from pregnant women and infants, to high level athletes and elderly individuals. Whether you are seeking rehabilitation after a specific event, wishing to return to sport, or wanting to play with your grandchildren without pain, we can help!


Common conditions treated by our physiotherapist include neck and back pain, arthritis, pelvic pain, jaw pain, tendonitis and tendinopathy, tennis elbow, shoulder pain and impingement, ankle sprains, hip pain, and so much more.


During your initial appointment, expect a detailed history taking and thorough examination to identify the causes of your symptoms. In most cases, you will receive an examination, treatment and home exercise program to address your needs on your first visit. Initial visits are approximately one hour.

When attending subsequent appointments, expect a review of your prescribed exercises to indicate the need for alternatives, as well as, a full treatment session. Treatments may include: manual therapy, soft tissue techniques including acupuncture, silicone cupping, kinesio-taping, and exercise prescription. In addition, your physiotherapist can provide education regarding your condition and conservative pain management. Follow-up physiotherapy appointments are approximately thirty minutes in length.


Occupational Therapy


Occupational therapists, or OTs, help people get back to doing what they want to do, need to do, and are expected to do.


Occupations are anything that occupy your time. This means that they can help you with anything ranging from brushing your teeth to returning to school or sport. Given this broad scope of practice, OTs often pick specific domains in which to practice. Emily will be working with concussion, oncology, and chronic pain patients in particular. She will also be able to help with more general concerns such as sleep, posture, ergonomics, and recommending adaptive equipment.


If you have any questions, or want to learn more about OT, don't hesitate to contact the clinic.




A registered dietitian is a regulated health professional who is passionate about food and the science behind it. They help people understand the connection between food and health and work with you to embrace food, to understand it and to enjoy it. Dietitians empower their patients, clients, and communities to embrace food, to understand it, and to enjoy it. The advice and information they provide is tailored to their clients and patients’ personal needs and challenges, including taste and accessibility. Dietitians use the most up-to-date science and translate it into practical guidance that you can use to make healthy lifestyle and food choices.

A dietitian will work with you to give you advice and information that is right for you by considering your culture and food traditions. They will also think about your personal needs and challenges, including taste, food skills, budget, and health conditions. Dietitians help you cut through the clutter by consulting the latest scientific evidence and providing you with personalized guidance.

Most employee benefit plans cover dietitian services. Check your plan today to see if you’re covered!

Nutritional Cooking