Dr. Jeff Lowthian


Dr. Lowthian graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1995. He also holds a B.S.c. (Kin) from the University of Ottawa. Whether you are in acute pain or want to improve functional performance, he uses an ‘evidenced informed’ approach. He looks forward to meeting and treating patients from all ages and stages of life!

When you choose me to be your health care provider, I will make great efforts to find out as much as I can about you. It is only fair that you learn something about me along the way.

Maybe you are hesitant about seeing us, if so, I understand.   Before experiencing chiropractic for myself, I was a skeptic.  In my late teen years I had been suffering from ongoing low back pain for a number of years.  I reluctantly made the decision to see a Chiropractor - as a last resort (I can relate to many patients). 

My back pain wasn't due to a chemical problem, and taking painkillers and anti-imflammatories didn't address the cause of my pain.  When your car is out of alignment, do you put oil in the engine to solve it?  Of course not!  So why do we use medication to mask pain that has a physical cause?  When there is interference with your nervous system, it will not function properly.

The results that I experienced after just a few adjustments were fantastic! I had regained my life, with the added bonus of discovering a passion that I wanted to share with others.

Being the skeptic I am, I needed to look into the research and evidence of the effectiveness of chiropractic.  From government reports (i.e., The Manga Report from the University of Ottawa- commissioned by the Ontario Governmentto) to Index Medicus papers, I found that there is ample research to support what we do.  I can assure you that our practices at Trinity are based on safety and effectiveness!  In health care, we call it an ‘evidence based’ approach.

Chiropractic Education

After an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of Ottawa, I was accepted into the Chiropractic program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. After 4 years of study and internship I received my DC (Doctor of Chiropractic degree). While there I developed a strong interest in the relationship between the nerve system and biomechanics, and how acute problems develop into chronic disorders. This has led me through countless post-graduate seminars towards the type of care that I offer today, which I would best describe as a ‘common sense’ approach.

Many new patients have anxiety, or apprehension when meeting a new health care provider. This is normal. They are often looking for a solution to a very personal concern from someone who they have just met. This type of relationship obviously requires a lot of trust. The way that I approach this trust is to treat you in the same way that I would treat a member of my own family. I work hard to determine the source and cause of your concern, and based on that – give you my best recommendations and excellence in care.

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