WHY CHOOSE US
We have been helping people in Calgary suffering with peripheral neuropathy since 2011. Dr. Brad Pritchard is licensed through the NeuroTCA (Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America) to treat patients as well as train other Doctors. In 2015, Dr. Brad had the privilege of educating and training Dr. Barber and Dr. Bachorick and we now have clinics available in both Saskatoon and Regina. In addition to the Doctors, our caring support staff in each office will be involved in your treatment plan. Our facilities offer each patient a tailor-made program starting with an initial examination; this allows the doctor to determine if our treatment protocols will be beneficial for you.
We go through a thorough consultation and history and then perform the Neuro Foot Analysis which gives us a rating to show the severity of the peripheral neuropathy. This analysis is done again at the end of the patients protocol to show the amount of improvement made not only subjectively but also objectively. The treatment may reduce or eliminate peripheral neuropathy symptoms, helping you regain your health and mobility and it is non-invasive, drug free and painless! It has been very rewarding to see the success of many people who were told there was no treatment and no hope! There is HOPE!
We have had many patients tell us “I’ve tried everything but nothing has worked… except this treatment.” Recently we had a patient tell us “in all the places I’ve been this one is different, not just because the treatments worked but because every staff member cares.”
At our Centres we offer research based therapies in a comfortable setting. Our facilities offer each patient a tailor-made program starting with an initial examination; which allows the doctor to determine if our treatment protocols will be beneficial to you. The treatment is non-invasive, drug free and painless.
"It is our goal to continue to study to find new and better ways to help
people with Peripheral Neuropathy."
MEET DR. NEIL
Dr. Barber attended the University of Regina before attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and graduated in 1986. During his 4 years at CMCC he was fortunate to have been introduced to Thompson Terminal Point Technique, a low force chiropractic technique he continues to practice today. This technique is very well tolerated by people of all ages.
Early in his career he made the commitment to be a lifelong student. In the late 80’s and 90’s he added to the nutrition and chiropractic science he learned at CMCC and also became certified in clinical acupuncture. In 2005 he started taking Functional Neurology through Parker Chiropractic College and in 2008 through the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies.
In 2013 he completed a 3 year program through the Carrick Institute and is Board Eligible in Functional Neurology. In Feb 2016 he began another 2 year Functional Neurology Program through Functional Neurology Seminars. In addition to his chiropractic practice he is also the clinical director of Western Canada Neuropathy Relief Centre (Saskatoon clinic). He has received certification from Bridgeport University in Mastering Brain Chemistry.
MEET DR. SHAWN
Dr. Bachorick started practice in Regina in March 2000 in south Regina. He has always prioritized increasing his knowledge leading him to enter the Chiropractic Neurology programs offered in the U.S. in 2008. In July 2009, he successfully wrote the American College of Functional Neurology’s board exam for Neurobehavioral Disorders of Childhood in Atlanta, GA, becoming the first Canadian to take and pass the board exam.
Dr. Bachorick joined Argyle Natural Health Centre in February 2011 and later that year started the Carrick Institute diplomate program in chiropractic neurology. In summer 2012, he finished his 300th hour in chiropractic neurology, making him board-eligible. He finished the 23-module diplomate series in late 2014 and is attempting to find the time to study to take the board exam in 2017 or 2018. After that, he intends to pursue specialty courses in vestibular rehabilitation and neurochemistry.
Currently, Dr. Bachorick enjoys working with patients who have complex and challenging problems like post-concussion syndrome, failed-back-surgery syndrome, whiplash, migraine, neuropathies of various origins and other unusual cases. He finds his training in neurology has been an immense help in assisting all of his patients improve their health and level of function.
MEET DR. BRAD
When my son was 2 years old he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Not having much knowledge at the time of what the long term implications of this particular chronic disease were, my wife and I did a lot of reading. In the course of our research, one of the major concerns of living with Type 1 diabetes was peripheral neuropathy. We read that peripheral neuropathy is why people with long term diabetes can potentially have bad eyes, bad kidneys and bad feet. What was most disconcerting was that everything we read said there was nothing we could do about it.
I had been studying neurology for a number of years prior to my son’s diagnosis and in my research I came across a doctor in Phoenix that had developed a protocol of treatments that were helpful to those with neuropathy. After reading up on his research it became clear that along with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, there are numerous other causes of peripheral neuropathy including certain chemotherapy treatments and injuries. I decided to go to his clinic to learn first-hand what he was doing with patients even though I was very skeptical. After spending time with Dr. Joe and listening to a number of his patient’s success stories I knew I needed to pursue the training and ultimately provide the treatment at my office here in Calgary.
We have been helping people in Calgary with Peripheral Neuropathy since 2011 and in 2015 I had the privilege of educating and training other Doctors and we now have clinics available in both Saskatoon and Regina. It has been very rewarding to see the success of many people who were told there was no treatment and no hope!