Chiropractic Services Edmonton

At Human Integrated Performance, our chiropractors stand at the forefront of evidence-based care in Edmonton. With a commitment to the latest in scientific research and clinical best practices, our team employs proven methods to enhance your health and well-being. With expertise in fundamental techniques like chiropractic adjustments and spinal decompression, we tailor our approach to meet each patient’s unique needs. Beyond mere adjustments, we also believe in the power of rehabilitative exercises and holistic care, ensuring a comprehensive path to recovery and wellness. Conveniently located in Glenora, west of Downtown Edmonton, Human Integrated Performance is here to help you improve your quality of life through chiropractic care.

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West Edmonton Location

Clinic Hours

Monday - 8am-8pm
Tuesday - 8am-8pm
Wednesday - 8am-8pm
Thursday - 8am-8pm
Friday - 8am-4pm
Saturday - 9am-3pm
Sunday - Closed

Our Happy Humans

Jennifer is very knowledgeable about physiotherapy and what your body needs to improve, her friendly attitude and willingness to help will make you feel at home, I highly recommend her services if you want to improve your body mechanics and your lifestyle.
Wally Ovalle
Consulted the humans at YEGHIP regarding some ongoing neck and head pain, tension, and clicking with certain motions. Booking was easy, staff at the door were pleasant, and the physiotherapist I saw (Jen) really knew her stuff.
Timothy Weber
I highly recommend Nicolas Allen and Michelle Hollik and the entire human integrated performance office. I love their team approach to health and wellness. Having a sports psychologist, physio, chiro, and massage therapist all under one roof is exactly what a 38 year old athlete that isn't ready to give up the dream needs!
Marc McMahon

What can our Chiropractors help with?

There are several different areas that our chiropractors can help with. We have already highlighted a few of them, but here is a detailed view of the kinds of treatments our chiropractic team offers:

TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the hinge that connects your jaw bone to your skull. TMJ disorders (TMD) can be caused by overuse of jaw muscles, misalignment of teeth, teeth grinding or clenching, as well as poor posture, and stress. Chiropractic treatment for TMJ/TMD is a non-invasive way to realign your jaw, and relieve jaw pain.

Chiropractic treatment can help with dislocated shoulders, frozen shoulders, rotator cuff injuries, strains, sprains, and tenodonitis. Our team works with you through the assessment, planning, and treatment stages to get your shoulders back to full mobility.

Pinched nerves can be caused by poor movement, or from long term muscle, tendon, and ligament issues. Chiropractic treatment can help alleviate these symptoms.

This occurs when there is a slippage of your vertebrae. Spinal manipulation identifies the joints that are restricted or experiencing abnormal motion, and gently returns motion to the joint. Our team can help you to regain spinal motion and ease your discomfort related to spondylolisthesis.

Vertigo mainly manifests as dizziness that makes it appear as if everything surrounding you is spinning. Severe cases can prevent you from carrying out your daily activities and make it difficult for you to stand and move. If you’re experiencing vertigo, our team will help you to identify the cause and build a treatment plan to manage and improve your symptoms.

Torn ligaments in your heels can cause Plantar Fasciitis. If the tear is not treated, it could be uncomfortable for you to walk or stand. Our team of chiropractors can identify the root cause of this discomfort and work with you to decrease the severity of the pain you’re experiencing.

Your bursa is the small sac found in your joints holding the joint fluid. When it is inflamed, it could cause severe pain and discomfort. This condition is known as bursitis. Bursitis can be treated effectively using chiropractic techniques.

Our therapeutic treatment options can reduce stress by balancing your body’s energy, helping your brain and muscles to relax, and regulating the production of chemicals that trigger stress.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure in the wrist and median nerve, which causes pain, tingling, numbing and stiffness in the hand, wrist, and arm.

Anxiety is can occur for a variety of reasons. Acupuncture, massage, and chiropractic care can help to release tension and relieve emotion-related issues such as anxiety. Treatment can also improve blood flow to the body and regulate the heart rate so that you can remain calm even under stressful conditions.

A vestibular condition is when something’s not right with your inner ear or the part of your brain that controls balance. This can make you feel dizzy, give you spinning sensations, or make it hard to stay steady. These issues can make everyday things, like walking or turning your head quickly, a real challenge. At Human Integrated Performance in Edmonton, we have trained physiotherapists and chiropractors who can help. They use special exercises and treatments to help get your balance back on track and reduce those dizzy feelings.

Neck pain can be caused by multiple factors, such as poor posture, over-strenuous movement, injury, worn joints, or even disease. We have several treatment options that can help you recover, by reducing stiffness and strengthening the neck muscles.

Shin splints are a common injury associated with running or other impact activities. The pain is typically along the inside of the shin or tibia which is amplified with impact. Several different factors can cause shin splints such as improper warm-up or cool down, poor footwear, repetitive stress, flat feet, or even a change in your workouts. There are many ways that shin splints can be successfully treated, including Shockwave, Graston, or Active Release. Restricting impact, stretching, foam rolling, proper footwear, and ice are important during treatment to get you back to your activities as soon as possible.

Sciatica is a nerve pain caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve. Patients often report pain in the lower back and down the back of their leg. Numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness can also occur. Sciatica can be caused by a herniated disc, bone spurs, or spinal stenosis; a narrowing of the spine that can lead to compression of the nerve. Sciatica typically will affect one side of the body. Sneezing, coughing, and straining are often extremely painful with sciatica. Our chiropractors are fully equipped to assess and address irritations of the sciatica nerve.


A shoulder injury can leave you hurt and vulnerable to further injury. We have multiple treatment options for shoulder pain at our clinic. Getting treatment can reduce pain by relieving nerve compression, muscle strain, and joint pressure. You will have more range of movement and the shoulder joint will be more flexible.

Headaches are a common condition causing pain in the head, scalp or neck. They can vary from mild to severe and can have many different causes.

Chiropractic Treatment Options

Exercise Based Rehab

Exercise-based rehab is supported by research and is essential to physiotherapy treatment. We work with patients 1-on-1 to teach exercise plans, which leads to better outcomes. With our physiotherapist-kinesiologist combined treatment model, patients get to spend more time in the clinic at the same price as other providers.

Concussion Rehabilitation

Our Concussion Rehabilitation services can help you recover from Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) resulting Motor Vehicle Accidents, Sports Injuries, Falls, etc.

Active Release Therapy (ART)

Active Release is a soft tissue and movement-based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Using this technique, your chiropractor will release these tight areas using manual techniques, allowing the area to move freely once again.

ASTM/Graston Technique

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, or Graston Technique, is a soft tissue technique utilizing specific tools which, when effectively applied by a trained practitioner, will break up myofascial adhesions and scar tissue.


In this technique, we use the activator adjustment instrument to align your spine. The instrument manipulates your spine and joints. It is ideal for treating back and neck pain, as well as the discomforts you could be feeling on the limbs.

Diversified Chiropractic Technique

We use this technique to help you regain proper movement and alignment of your joints and spine. It involves low amplitude thrusts at a high velocity and is the most widely used technique. Your chiropractor will use their hands to manipulate your spine and joints.

Meet Our Chiropractors

Our Intake Process

Your sessions and treatment plan is unique, and tailored to your particular needs. Generally, here’s what happens when you see our physiotherapists for the first time:

Direct Billing Options

We work with several providers to give you access to direct billing. Some of our direct billing partners are:

Don’t see your provider listed? Contact our clinic to find out if you’re covered.

Who can benefit from chiropractic services?

We service a wide range of clients with different needs or who are experiencing many types of pain and discomfort. Below are some of the types of clients who can benefit from the services of our Edmonton Area Chiropractors.

Sports Injuries

The injuries that you get when participating in sports can be very painful. Comprehensive chiropractic treatment helps reduce the pain, heal the injury, and enable you to return to your activities quickly. We know that being in the ring, field, or court is important for athletes. We try to help you recover from any injury you sustain, in safe and scientifically proven ways. We will ensure you get back in shape as fast as possible to get you back in the game! If you have a concussion due to head trauma, or any sports related injury, we can help. If you have a neck or back injury, consultation with a chiropractor is highly recommended.

High-Performance Athletes

If you are a High-Performance Athlete, chiropractic treatment can benefit you in many ways. Chiropractic care can help you
- increase coordination
- achieve better balance
- maintain proper muscle and
joint flexibility

Preventative treatment can help you avoid injuries that reduce your time on the field or those that threaten your athletic profession. If you have been injured, a chiropractor can also help you return to play quickly and safely. Chiropractic care involves a non-invasive way to help you to recover and regain your strength to continue training and competing.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you're in a motor vehicle accident, you could sustain multiple injuries that can seriously impact your health. Untreated Injuries could cause extended chronic pain and hamper mobility. Chiropractic care can help you manage the pain, heal the injuries, and rehabilitate you to feel your best once again.

Aches and Pains

If you're experiencing regular or occasional aches and pains, chiropractic treatment may be the solution. By aligning your body's structure, your nervous system operates more efficiently. This can reduce these pains that you are experiencing. Chiropractic treatment is a way to ease your aches and pains, without the use of drugs or relying on surgical procedures.

Work Related Injuries

Work injuries may cause you severe discomfort, interfere with your flexibility, and make you less productive. You do not have to live with them. Whether you're dealing with a WCB claim or general work related strain, we can build a plan around your needs. Human Integrated Performance works with WCB and insurance companies to offer several direct billing options.

Chiropractic FAQ

If you are diagnosed with scoliosis, please tell your chiropractor during your initial assessment. A chiropractor can effectively reduce the risk factors of scoliosis, depending on the type of scoliosis. Scoliosis can be treated with specific types of chiropractic adjustments and exercises to improve range of motion, flexibility, posture & more. A Chiropractor can figure out the cause of scoliosis and treat it accordingly.

A chiropractor is a health care professional who diagnoses and treats disorders of the neuromuscular system. Chiropractic services focus on the musculoskeletal system: back pain, neck pain, joint pain in your arms or legs, and headaches. Using spinal manipulation as their primary choice of treatment, chiropractors treat patients with manual adjustments and manipulations to joints and muscles.

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The crack or pop that you hear is the formation of gas within the joints. That crack is not indicative of a successful adjustment. The actual adjustment comes from putting the force through the joint, the high velocity, low amplitude, adjustment, or force to the joint space. One issue some chiropractors have is “chasing the pop,” where they seek out the sound instead of going based on their physiological assessment.

It is generally best to leave back cracking to the chiropractors because attempting to do so on your own or with the help of an untrained person can lead to serious injury. Chiropractors are trained professionals who have years of experience in manipulating the spine to alleviate pain and improve mobility. They use specific techniques to apply controlled force to the joints in the spine to relieve pressure, increase range of motion, and improve function. Attempting to crack your back on your own or with the help of someone who is not properly trained and qualified can result in injury to the spine, nerves, muscles, or other structures, which can lead to long-term damage and chronic pain.

Depending on the practitioner, chiropractic appointments last anywhere from eight minutes to an hour. For Dr. Joshua Konu at Human Integrated Performance he likes to have a minimum of 15 minutes. That gives enough time to do a reassessment and also to provide thorough treatment. For individuals with more than one problem, a 30-minute appointment or an extended appointment will allow enough time to treat multiple areas.

No, a chiropractor cannot make you taller. The height of an individual is primarily determined by their genetics and bone structure. Chiropractors focus on the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal issues, particularly those related to the spine. They may provide adjustments and manipulations to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and promote overall well-being, but these treatments do not have the capability to increase a person’s height.

During growth and development, bones reach their genetically predetermined length, and once the growth plates close, further height increase is not possible. While chiropractic care can help improve posture and alignment, which may make a person appear slightly taller by standing more upright, it does not lead to actual increases in height. If someone is concerned about their height or posture, it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional who can provide appropriate guidance and support.

While chiropractic neck adjustments can be an effective treatment for certain conditions, they also carry a small risk of complications, such as stroke, nerve damage, or disc herniation. It is important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before undergoing any type of spinal manipulation, especially if you have a preexisting condition or are taking any medications. Chiropractors are trained professionals who take precautions to minimize the risk of injury, but it is always important to weigh the potential risks and benefits before undergoing any treatment.

Yes, a chiropractor can help with arthritis. Chiropractic care may not cure arthritis, but if you have arthritis and go to a chiropractor, they can help reduce the symptoms of your condition. A chiropractor can help reduce the inflammation in the joint space and help to improve mobility in the area affected by arthritis.

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It varies from person to person. On average, visiting a chiro over 4-6 weeks should be sufficient depending on the condition, of course. After your initial appointment, you’ll need specific treatments based on the source of the pain through spinal manipulation, soft tissue therapy, and exercise therapy. Depending on your root issue, some people can feel better after a single treatment, while other more complicated issues (like disc herniation) can take six months up to a year to treat.

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on the disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system and the effects on an individual’s wellness. Chiropractic care is used most often to treat neuromusculoskeletal complaints, including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and headaches. Chiropractors diagnose problems with mobility and offer treatment options like manual adjustments. Chiropractors also work to improve an individual’s overall health by teaching self-care techniques like proper posture and ergonomics.

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