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Our regular hours are:
|Tuesday||7:00 am - 12:00 pm2:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Thursday||7:00 am - 12:00 pm2:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
Consult the following list to see when we are open on the weekends:
We will be closed on the following days:
Annual Food Drive
As others start their New Year’s Resolutions to lose weight, we’re doing the opposite! At Vancouver’s Pediatric & Family Wellness Chiropractor, we’re trying to gain weight for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society! Last year, we collected 4653lb of food and we hope to match that amount this year with your help!
From January 1st to February 14th, 2020 (we love sharing Valentine’s love), we are donating our services in exchange for food donations. We are giving FREE initial assessment and report ($325) to new patients in exchange for 20lbs (10kg) of food. Existing patients can get a FREE adjustment with a 10lb (5kg) donation. (Only 1 free visit per person.) For your convenience, we can purchase the food for you… $50 for 10lbs or $100 for 20lbs of food.
If you’re not interested in an assessment or care at this time but would like to be a part of this endeavour, any amount of food or cash donated will be much appreciated!
Partnership with Gold’s Gym
Is exercising part of your New Year’s resolutions? We are partnering with the Gold’s Gym across the street from our office. Our patient community is being offered free one-day guest passes (first time guest only) to check out the facilities and a preferred rate for membership. They even have a Kid’s Club so your kids can have fun while you work out!
Advanced Health Care Talks
Exciting advances in research only become useful to society when information is shared, and meaningful action begins. Dr. Sabrina Chen-See is pleased to present to the public free of charge, some of this exciting research and how to apply this kowledge to improve you (or your family’s) quality of life. All the talks take place on Monday nights from 6:30 – 8 pm at Vancouver’s Pediatric and Family Wellness Chiropractor, 750 W Broadway (Fairmont Medical Building), suite 1110. Please RSVP in advance to reserve your seat as space is limited.
January 27 (RSVP by January 23): “How chronic pain changes the brain and what can be done about it?”
Chronic pain can be a nagging issue that you put up with or a debilitating problem that holds your life hostage.
February 24 (RSVP by February 20): “Balance, Coordination, Agility & Strength: It’s not just child’s play”
Balance, coordination, agility and strength are serious concerns for the aging population and athletes of all ages.
March 30 (RSVP by March 26): “Sedentary Lifestyle and Cognitive Decline”
Motion and brain health are intimately linked, with some motions much more impactful than others from the latest research.
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