Although my first priority is to relieve a person of discomfort and pain, that is only the beginning.
I teach that health is more than being symptom free and that a high level of wellness can be achieved by nearly everyone if given the right guidance.
Once immediate pain or symptoms have been eliminated, attention may then be focused on strengthening the body, increasing flexibility, boosting energy, enhancing sleep, increasing one’s resistance to disease and developing emotional and physical hardiness, all of which lead to a more positive attitude, improved relationships and a healthier life.
Robust health (wellness) encompasses a great deal more than just not being sick.
My enthusiasm for health and well-being was developed over many years of playing elite level sports. I grew up competing in hockey, soccer and rugby and was fortunate to have my passion lead me to playing collegiate level athletics.
It was during these athletic endeavors that I realized how much overall health and fitness plays a role in determining one’s performance.
Eager to learn more about the relationship between health and peak performance, I completed a Bachelors of Science in Biology and earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia in March of 2005.
I furthered that search by later obtaining my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist qualification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
For the past 7 years I have had the opportunity to gain experience in the chiropractic field, working with a wide variety of people of all ages and backgrounds, from athletes to weekend warriors and most recently spent 2 years in Vancouver, British Colombia working under the guidance of Dr. Kenneth Mikkelsen (Chiropractor for the Canadian National Swim Team).
I am excited to have made the move to back to the West Island and look forward to helping you travel the path from pain relief to wellness.
Read more about Dr. Sean Landry and how Chiropractic can help here – WestIslandChiropractic.com