Chiro + physio Westmount was established in 2004 to offer professional chiropractic and physiotherapy services in a single location, conveniently accessible to the greater Montreal area. Our inviting premises are designed to meet the growing demand for treatment of musculoskeletal conditions while offering personalized care during the therapeutic process.
Dr Paul Knechtel, chiropractor has now returned to his hometown of Southampton to practice chiropractic. He has found a Chiropractor in whom he had confidence in to transfer his patient files to and take his place at Chiro + Physio Westmount. We are pleased to announce that Dr. Thanh-My Patricia Ho, Chiropractor has taken over for him. Dr Knechtel is leaving knowing with confidence that Dr. Ho will truly take care of his patients and maintain a high quality of chiropractic care.
Here is a brief introduction to the chiro+physio Westmount team:
Dr. Thanh-My Patricia Ho, chiropractor obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from The University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières in 2012. She previously worked at Chiropratique Notre-Dame in Montreal and Centre de Santé Chiropratique Valmont in Repentigny. She offers personalized chiropractic care by integrating several techniques: Spine align (a computerized adjusting instrument), Activator Method, manual approach (manual adjustments and muscle therapy) and electrotherapy (cold laser therapy and ultrasound therapy ).
Nurit Roth King, physiotherapist received a doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2002. Before moving to Montreal in 2012, she worked in NY State as a physical therapist for 10 years focusing on orthopedic rehabilitation including pre and post surgical rehabilitation.
Over the past 16 years, Nurit has continued to expand her expertise in manual therapy through postgraduate training in A.R.T (active release technique), MET (muscle energy technique), the Mulligan technique, neuromobilization and vestibular rehabilitation. She is also trained to use the SASTM tools developed by David Graston.
Wei Li, acupuncturist studied traditional Chinese medicine at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China. She completed a Master's degree in traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, Chinese herbology and dietetics in 2010. In addition, Wei obtained doctoral training in medical physiology and endocrinology from the Université de Laval in Québec city and is a member of the Ordre des Acupuncteurs du Québec since 2015.
Wei has had great success treating chronic cough, migraines, digestive issues, stress, sciatica, irregular menstruation and inflammation related injuries.
As an acupuncturist, Wei combines her traditional Chinese medical training with western medical physiology to balance the body and restore wellbeing.
Francis Zavala, physiotherapist has been working as a physiotherapist since 2004, and is a member of the Ordre professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy at McGill University in 2004, as well as an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology and Psychology at the University of Toronto in 2000.
His clinical experience includes treating various types of pain, sports injury rehab, pre- and post-surgical rehab, headaches, TMJ (jaw), dizziness and vertigo, musician and dance injuries, perinatal (pregnancy-related) issues, cardiorespiratory problems, and concussions. His continued educational training includes manual therapy, the McKenzie method, interventions for persistent pain, and vestibular rehab. Francis is able to communicate in English, French, Filipino, Spanish, and Catalan.
Call 514.937.6550 today to make your appointment.