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Dr. Alexa Dykun

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Vancouver chiropractor Alexa


Dr. Alexa Dykun is a Board Certified Chiropractor that has a hands-on approach to care with the treatment of muscles, joints, movement pattern rehabilitation, and sport or work specific rehabilitation. Dr. Dykun considers the mind-body-spirit connection important and you can expect a high level of personalized care. She loves to meet patients where they are in life to achieve their health goals. Dr. Dykun’s experience is in treating a wide range of patients from newborns, elderly, expectant mothers, adolescents, and everyone in between. Her passion is to not only help people get out of pain, but to become the healthiest and happiest version of themselves. To accomplish this, she treats the root of the problem to help the body function at its best at all times. Dr. Dykun uses manual adjustments and also the low force techniques of Activator and SOT.

Dr. Dykun has a keen interest in travelling and learning from other chiropractors around the world. She has practiced in the Netherlands and Australia and is happy to call Vancouver home for the last year. Dr. Dykun has an interest in learning and keeping up to date with the latest evidence and treatment protocols to get the best results for her patients. She can often be found reading articles and books online or attending seminars on the weekends.

Dr. Dykun grew up in Gilbert Plains, Manitoba, but has always loved the west coast for the outdoors and amazing lifestyle. In her spare time you can find her hanging out with her beautiful French Bulldog, Rain. She holds a BA degree from the University of Manitoba and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (Honors) from the prestigious Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario.

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