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Niagara Chiropractic Society Work

Niagara Chiropractic Society LogoDr. Driscoll leads a very important initiative on behalf of the NCS to bring Chiropractic Care to the poor in the form of a Volunteer Chiropractic Program at Quest Community Health Centre in St. Catharines. This Program began in 2013 and is ongoing. Importantly, he is working to bring a new program of evidence-based care for spinal stenosis that was originally developed at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.  This intensive program significantly improves quality of life and independence by improving one’s ability to walk which is severely limited in patients with spinal stenosis.

Listen to the radio interview with Dr. Driscoll on June 18, 2013 on 610 CKTB regarding the NCS initiative at Quest Community Health Centre.

Program Goals

There are several important goals of the Volunteer Chiropractic Program.  The primary objective is to serve our community. The NCS is trying to ease the burden of musculoskeletal pain for vulnerable sectors of our society that could never afford Chiropractic care in the first place.

Another goal includes developing a research program that provides opportunities for Chiropractors and other Health Care Professionals at Quest Community Health Centre to be involved in peer-reviewed; high quality research.  Dr. Driscoll is interested in learning whether the intensive spinal stenosis program would be associated with a reduction in opioid use and prescribing within the Community Health Centre.

Contact Driscoll Chiropractic Care Clinic for more information.


Volunteer Chiropractic Program | St. Catharines | Driscoll Chiropractic Care Clinic | (905) 227-2679