Welcome to "Chiro On Main" Chiropractic and Acupuncture Clinic located in Milton, ON!
We look forward to meeting you and helping you and your family in your journey towards a healthy lifestyle and vitality.
We chose chiropractic medicine because we truly believe that it incorporates natural, effective and gentle techniques to help the spine and the injured tissues heal themselves.
Dr. Mahfam Amini, B.Sc., D.C.
Dr. Mahfam Amini graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from York University in 2003. She then went on to begin her chiropractic education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2007.
After graduating, Dr. Amini practiced in Burlington and Waterloo. Dr. Amini set up her private practice in Milton, Ontario in 2013.
Dr. Amini uses a variety of chiropractic techniques which include Thompson and Activator. A thorough chiropractic examination will determine which technique is best for you.
Dr. Amini is a member of both the Canadian and Ontario Chiropractic Associations and Acupuncture Council of Ontario. She is also a member of Waterloo Region Chiropractic Society. She is certified through Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College to perform Acupuncture and certified to perform Activator Technique for all ages.
Dr. Amini is passionate about improving the health of families in her community including children and pregnant women. She is committed to not just eliminating pain, but also helping her patients restore their health and function to live life to their fullest potential.
Dr. Amini strives for “quality” chiropractic care through patient education, clinical assessment and gentle chiropractic treatments. Dr. Amini takes her time during the initial consultation visit because she believes that this visit is her window of opportunity to pinpoint the root cause of the problem/condition her patient is presenting with. After conducting a thorough history and examination, Dr. Amini reviews all the findings with her patient (report of findings) and will communicate the concluded diagnosis and treatment plan. In some cases, Dr. Amini chooses not to do an adjustment on the very first visit and instead refer out for xrays or other investigations.
When it comes to the treatments, Dr. Amini takes a holistic and evidence-based approach towards treating injuries. Her treatment may include adjustments, clinical acupuncture and/or cold laser modalities. She may recommend a series of adjustments or may choose a combination of adjustments and other modalities. Dr. Amini recommends the kind of treatment(s) that is best for her patient.
She always takes her time during each visit (30 min) and focuses on balancing and restoring the proper alignment of the spine through low force adjustments. She also incorporates soft tissue techniques, heating pad, Thumper and other manual techniques. Postural education, home care (ice, stretches), ergonomic information are reviewed during the report of finding visit. Strengthening exercises and orthotics may be recommended during the course of treatment when indicated.
Dr. Jackie Hsu, DC, B.sc Kin
Dr. Jackie Hsu graduated from the University of Western Ontario, obtaining an Honors Bachelor of Arts with specialization in kinesiology. He continued his educational endeavors and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2017. Dr. Hsu's educational background helped to develop and peak his interest in the human body through functional anatomy, biomechanics, lifestyle and ergonomics. Dr. Hsu offers Chiropractic care, acupuncture, and corrective exercises to benefit patients from musculoskeletal conditions, such as low back pain, neck pain, and muscle sprains/strains. He is passionate about helping people live to their fullest potential. During his off-time, you can find Dr. Hsu playing basketball, hitting the gym, traveling the world, and cheering for the Blue Jays and Raptors.
Monica Burzynski, RMT
Monica Burzynski’s passion for learning about the physical body sparked with a kinesiology class in high school and this developed into massage therapy at Centennial College. Monica has now been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist for nine years. Monica’s technique is relaxing and therapeutic. Monica responds to the muscles’ feedback by adjusting her pressure accordingly, working within the client’s and the muscle’s comfort.
She really enjoys helping individuals through massage therapy, and decided to further explore adjacent modalities that assist exploration of the mind and spirit through yoga and life coaching. Monica has been practicing yoga for 13 years and has taught for five. Monica attended a Life Coaching program at Centre for Applied Neuroscience (CAN). Monica feels that when these three work together; as a whole, an individual can work towards assisting the body to utilize its own healing capacities within.
Monica enjoys hiking, meditation, reading, cooking, gardening, traveling, and discovering new places and activities.
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