Chiropractic Care

Rapid and effective relief for acute or chronic pain.

Grenier Place Wellness Centre excels in creating custom treatments that meet your needs. Our chiropractors assist in the treatment of:

Torso, back and neck pain
Posture improvement
Range of motion improvement
Headache, muscle and joint pains
Whiplash symptoms

Dr. Heather Rouse

Chiropractic and Massage

Dr. Heather graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1998 and has been a practicing chiropractor for the past 24 years. She loves interacting and working together with patients and their families in their health care. Dr. Heather has done extensive courses on pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic, including infant adjusting and working with kids on the spectrum. She particularly loves working with kids and families.

Dr. Heather is also a certified sports first responder and works as a trainer with the Miners Sr B lacrosse club. She deals with all kinds of sports related injuries.  

She was born and raised in St. Albert and remains heavily involved in the community where she grew up. She holds a third degree black belt in karate and a first degree black belt in weapons, and continues to play ringette with some lovely ladies. Her kids are very involved with swimming and lacrosse. When not at work, she can be found at the lake, at a lacrosse game or reading a good book!

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Initial visit
Following visits
(Under 6)
Laser Treatment
Laser Adjustment

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some reasons to visit a chiropractor?


Once I see a chiropractor do I have to keep coming back?

Each patient requires specific needs depending on their general health and reasoning for their visit. You and the chiropractor will make a treatment plan that best suits your needs whether that be regular treatments, stretches that can be done at home, lifestyle alterations, or even other methods of care such as massage or physiotherapy.


Do I need to get x-rays in order to be treated?

Our office does not require X-rays to be done, but are able to request to have them done if it is believed to be useful in the treatment plan of the patient, or if the patient would like to have one done.


Do chiropractic adjustments hurt?

Although it is possible to have some mild soreness after a treatment it isn't common. If you are concerned about pain or tenderness there are different methods of adjustment that can be done without being manually adjusted such as the activator method or drop table adjustments.

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