Meet Dr. Patti Farrell, Chiropractor
Dr. Patti Farrell graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology. She then continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) where she obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic degree and graduated with Honours.
Growing up involved in many sports, primarily basketball, Dr. Farrell grew up receiving chiropractic care, which helped her recover from several injuries. It was these experiences, along with her love for anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and her desire to help individuals that motivated her to pursue a career in chiropractic. During her time at CMCC, Dr. Farrell was an active member of Students’ Council where she held the title of Athletic Director. She also spent two weeks on a treatment outreach to the Dominican Republic where she had the opportunity to provide chiropractic care to individuals in underdeveloped areas in the community, treating a wide variety of conditions. She has also worked with several sports teams in the past, assessing their injuries and managing them appropriately. In addition, she received several awards for her involvement at the school and impact on student life.
Dr. Farrell currently holds a certification in Active Release Technique, as well as Contemporary Medical Acupuncture obtained from McMaster University. Her patient-specific and patient-centered treatment plans incorporate a variety of techniques including manual adjusting and mobilizations, ART, soft tissue techniques, acupuncture, as well as active rehabilitation programs. She believes in an evidence-based approach in order to help patients achieve their optimal health, function, and well-being using chiropractic and multidisciplinary care. Dr. Farrell has been practicing chiropractic for 2 years now and has treated a variety of conditions. It is the interactions with patients and seeing their face when they come in feeling better that makes her love her job as much as she does.