Barbara Rodwin, Chiropractic
Total years in practice: 5
Dr. Barbara Rodwin, Chiropractor Dr. Rodwin, ChiropractorDr. Barbara Rodwin has been a runner since 1978 and has participated in numerous marathons. She also is a triathlete, and has completed numerous half Ironman’s and 10 Ironman’s. Dr. Rodwin has been a long-distance cyclist since 1985. Her philosophy is that if you have a goal, then with focus, training, and perseverance, you will be able to attain that goal. No matter what your goal is, Dr. Rodwin feels that with the proper training, guidance and fortitude you will be able to attain that goal! She feels that fitness is an important part of every person’s life, and likes to balance this with her professional life. Just as all individuals have their own unique set of symptoms and underlying causes there is no “formula” for the recovery of good health, but there are guidelines. Dr. Barbara Rodwin feels that when working with a patient it is a team approach that aids in creating a realistic, individual treatment plan, which represents a true commitment to change for the better. Dr. Barbara Rodwin’s goals are to help you be free of pain, gain mobility, be able to perform whatever your goals are and to feel more energetic. You will work closely as a team with Dr. Rodwin to be able to attain optimum body function throughout the entire skeletal system, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nervous system, which will result in a new awareness of your body’s natural state of health and vitality. Dr. Rodwin enjoys educating patients’ on the proper ways to sit, sleep, stand, drive in a vehicle, lift, climb stairs, perform sporting activities and any other daily activity that a patient has difficulty with. You will often see her checking a patient’s seat in a car, watching them climb stairs, walk, run, cycle, and numerous other activities in order to help with their health issue. Dr. Rodwin loves to go that extra mile for a patient! She feels if a patient understands the normal way to go about an activity there is less of a chance of re-occurrences of the condition being treated, that the patient then can work with their body in a normal fashion. A patient will then will have less physical stress on the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. “I enjoy working with people who see themselves as active participants in choosing better health and a better life for themselves and their families. I also enjoy educating patients on the proper ways to go about normal daily activities. I believe it is a team approach when a patient comes in for a condition and the patient is an active part of this team!” Dr. Rodwin has a threefold approach to her field – treatment, prevention and maintenance – with an emphasis on overall health. She specializes in the treatment of headaches, migraines, concussions, neck, back, and extremities (such as the jaw, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and foot), and conditions related to pregnancy, whiplash, and car accidents. Being active in sports, she is better able to understand and treat many types of sports injuries, including: running, cycling, swimming, tennis and other racquet sports, rowing, climbing, hockey, figure skating, gymnastics and golf injuries and conditions, and is able to help prevent such injuries from occurring. Since graduation, Dr. Rodwin has been active within the chiropractic profession, serving on the Board of Governors at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College for six years. Prior to this, Dr. Rodwin was vice president and president of the Eastern Ontario Chiropractic Society. More recently, Dr. Rodwin received recognition from the Eastern Ontario Chiropractic Society and the Board of Governors of the Canadian Chiropractic College for her commitment and continued involvement with chiropractic.