Shelburne Chiropractic operating under new ownership

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Shelburne Chiropractic, one of Shelburne’s local chiropractic practices, is now under different ownership, welcoming two new chiropractors to the community.

Dr. Robert Weinpar, who has worked as a chiropractor and owner of Shelburne Chiropractic for over 40 years in the community, officially retired at the beginning of November handing the practice over to both Dr. Trevan Wright and Dr. Stephanie Juffs.

“We both got a really good feeling about the clinic, coming in here and meeting the patients and it felt like a natural fit,” said Dr. Juffs.

“Seeing the relationship and the connection that he had with all of his patients is something that we both strive to have moving forward,” said Dr. Wright.

Both Dr. Wright and Dr. Juffs have been practicing as doctors of chiropractic for the last two years, graduating in 2018 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College based in Toronto. Dr. Wright’s originally from the Winsdor-Essex County area and studied human kinetics at the University of Windsor before going on to study in Toronto for four years. Dr. Juffs attended Western University where she studied kinesiology, which is the study of human movement, before also heading to Toronto.

Both Dr. Juffs and Dr. Wright have additional certifications in medical acupuncture and said they have an interest in exercise rehabilitation including strengthening and conditioning, as part of their care.

“I do really like to encourage my patients to stay active and give them active components of their treatment plan that includes rehab, or what I like to call prehab exercises, basically little strengthening exercises to help fix whatever issues they have,” said Dr. Wright.

“I enjoy treating headaches. I see a lot of people have shoulder pain and neck pain,” said Dr. Juffs.

With Shelburne Chiropractic now under new ownership they will be expanding on the services they provide, which will now include acupuncture, muscles release therapy, individualized rehabilitation programming and custom orthotics.

“We’re really excited to introduce our new rehabilitation programming for people who may be more interested in getting out of pain through exercise or rehab,” said Dr. Juffs.

She added that they are looking forward to continuing Dr. Weinpar’s tradition of care.

For more information on hours and services provided at Shelburne Chiropractic visit www.shelburnechiropractic.ca.

Paula Brown, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Shelburne Free Press