Notre mission

Medispine s’est donné comme mission d’offrir :

  • des soins d’expertise pour tous les troubles neuro-musculo-squelettiques;
  • une prise en charge interdisciplinaire et efficace afin d’optimiser votre processus de guérison;
  • de l’éducation sur des alternatives à la médecine traditionnelle.
  • De l’évaluation de vos besoins à la mise en place d’un plan de santé global, notre approche assure : le bon traitement, de bonnes recommandations pour des résultats durables. 

Pourquoi consulter?

L’objectif est d’ajouter de la vie à vos années et des années à votre vie. Pour ce faire, on vous propose des plans d’optimisation de votre santé qui comprennent des soins de thérapies manuelles complets et globaux, des évaluations et rectifications posturales, des plans d’exercices et des ajustements au niveau de vos habitudes de vie.


Si vous ne voyiez votre thérapeute que lorsque vous étiez blessé ou ressentiez de la douleur, il est peut-être temps de repenser à votre façon de gérer votre santé. La longévité est la clé. 


Notre philosophie

Chez Medispine, nous sommes persuadés que le corps est un système interconnecté. C’est pourquoi nous utilisons une approche holistique lors de nos évaluations et examens afin d’analyser votre condition de façon systématique et multidimensionnelle dans le but d’identifier la véritable origine de la douleur. 


Nos plans de traitement sont développés dans la même optique; ils comprennent des traitements de thérapies manuelles, des plans d’exercices et des ajustements de vos habitudes de vie. 


Our mission

Medispine’s mission is to provide :

  • expert care for all neuromusculoskeletal disorders;
  • effective, interdisciplinary care to optimize your healing process;
  • education on alternatives to traditional medicine.
  • From assessing your needs to implementing a comprehensive health plan, our approach ensures the right treatment and recommendations for lasting results.

Why Consult?

The goal is to add life to your years and years to your life. To achieve this, we offer health optimization plans that include comprehensive manual therapy, postural assessments and corrections, exercise plans, and lifestyle habit adjustments.

Rethinking how you manage your health could be key if you only see your therapist for injuries or pain. Longevity is the key.


Our Philosophy

At Medispine, we believe that the body is an interconnected system. That’s why we take a holistic approach to our assessments and examinations, analyzing your condition systematically and multidimensionally to identify the true source of your pain.

Our treatment plans are developed with this in mind, and include manual therapy treatments, exercise plans and lifestyle adjustments.

Trust our team of experts.


Dr. Véronica Gobeil

DC - Chiropractor
Kelly Thibault

Kelly Thibault

Administrative Assistant


At Medispine, our mission is essential: to help you over the long term to prevent the risk of injury, reduce healing time, slow the premature ageing of your body and preserve your independence.

  • Complete evaluation

    • Analyze the quality of your movements.
    • Evaluate your nervous system's reactivity.
    • Check the mobility of your joints.
    • Complete and detailed postural analysis. Courtesy of Medispine!
  • Manual therapy

    • Muscular work.
    • Ligament therapy.
    • Joint mobilization.
    • Chiropractic adjustments to improve alignment and function.
    • Neuromyofascial work to improve the integrity of muscular and fascial tissues
  • Personalized recommendations

    • Personalized recommendations included in your treatment plan
    • Changes to certain lifestyle habits.
    • Specific stretching or strengthening exercises.
    • Postural adaptations to integrate into your daily routine.


Is it covered by my health insurance plan?

Our services are provided by licensed health care professionals and are therefore covered by most health insurance plans. We can bill directly some companies such as Blue Cross, Canada Life, Manulife, etc. Our administrative team is here to help you take advantage of all the benefits your insurance company has to offer.

How long are chiropractic appointments?

Your first chiropractic visit, including the opening of your file, a postural evaluation, a complete physical examination and your first treatment, lasts approximately 40 to 50 minutes. Follow-up appointments take 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the treatment plan established by your chiropractor.

Will I be treated at my first chiropractic appointment?

Yes! The first appointment includes the opening of your file and an initial treatment to help you relieve your pain quickly. Once you've left the office, your chiropractor will establish a treatment plan tailored to your needs and present it to you at your second appointment. Subsequent visits will follow.

Respecting your treatment plan and following your chiropractor's recommendations are essential to heal quicker and achieve long lasting results.

How does the first chiropractic appointment work?


At your first appointment with your chiropractor, you'll be asked to fill out a number of forms so that your file can be opened. These forms can be completed at home, online or directly at the clinic. If you prefer to complete them on site, it's important to arrive at least 20 minutes before your appointment time to do so. These forms cover the reasons of your consultation, your health history and your lifestyle habits.

Do you have a medication list? Bring it!


During your first visit to Medispine, your chiropractor will perform a thorough examination of your situation. He/She will ask you a series of questions about your overall health condition, lifestyle habits, and medical history. This exam will also enable your doctor to better understand your needs and the reasons of your consultation.


Your chiropractor will then analyze your physical condition. He/She will perform a complete postural analysis, neurological, orthopedic and chiropractic examinations in order to identify the cause of your problem(s). He/She will also check your vital signs as needed. During the chiropractic examination, your doctor will evaluate your posture, joint mobility, muscular condition and neurological reactions. An initial visit for chiropractic care can take up to 60 minutes.


Following the exams, your chiropractor will be able to make a diagnostic. The chiropractor will take the time to explain the nature of your condition and how treatment will help. You will also be informed of the procedures and treatment methods that will be used to help you. Of course, your chiropractor can answer any questions or concerns you may have.


This is how your first treatment begins. Don't forget to mention any discomfort you may experience during treatment, and to ask questions if you feel the need.


Following the exams performed, your chiropractor will be able to make a diagnosis and establish a treatment plan tailored to your needs. The chiropractor will take the time to explain the nature of your condition and how treatment will help. You will also be informed of the procedures and treatment methods that will be used to help you. Complementary care, such as lifestyle recommendations, massage therapy, medical consultation, etc., can also be provided. Your level of motivation to follow the treatments will also be considered in the plan proposed to you. The goal will be to determine with you which care protocol is best suited to improving your quality of life. Of course, your chiropractor can answer any questions or concerns you may have.

What is chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on the analysis, diagnosis and therapeutic management of disorders of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. It focuses on the body's nerves, muscles, bones and joints. This discipline offers chiropractic adjustments to help the body restore and maintain optimal health and function. These adjustments include therapeutic manoeuvres performed by the chiropractor on both the spine and limbs.

Chiropractors hold an undergraduate doctorate, as well as a Canadian and provincial license to practice issued by the New Brunswick Chiropractors' Association.

Who can receive chiropractic treatment?

Everyone can benefit from chiropractic care. Whether as a preventive or curative measure, there's no age limit for consultation. Babies can be cared for by a chiropractor from birth and throughout their development. Pregnant women can benefit from monitoring during pregnancy, the elderly can maintain their activity levels thanks to treatment plans adapted to their situation, and workers can prevent injuries by improving their posture and workstation.

No matter when or why you choose to consult, chiropractors will be at your side to improve your overall well-being and enhance your quality of life.

What is a chiropractic adjustment?

A chiropractic adjustment is a tool used by chiropractors to restore joint movement and optimize function. Adjustments can be made to the spine and limbs. The goal is to enable the body to reduce its stress levels so that it can express its full potential. Through adjustment, the chiropractor optimizes the body's ability to heal itself (homeostasis).

In addition to adjustment, the chiropractor may use different therapeutic tools or techniques during treatment. These techniques have been acquired through five (5) years of university training and many hours of continuing education; so that you receive professional treatments based on the very latest scientific advances.

Why do we hear a cracking sound during a chiropractic adjustment?

The cracking sound you hear during spinal manipulation is the result of a technique called "chiropractic adjustment". When a chiropractor performs an adjustment, he applies a controlled, precise force to a joint, usually in the spinal column. This rapid, controlled force can cause a temporary separation of the joint surfaces, resulting in reduced pressure inside the joint. This reduction in pressure can create a bubble of gas, mainly carbon dioxide, which quickly forms in the synovial fluid surrounding the joint.

However, sound is not the main purpose of the adjustment. The objective is to improve joint mobility, reduce pain and promote proper functioning of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. Not all chiropractic techniques produce this crunch, and chiropractors tailor their approaches to the needs of each patient.

Is chiropractic safe?

Absolutely! Chiropractic is safe when practised by qualified and competent chiropractors. To minimize risks, it's essential to choose a professional accredited by a professional association such as the New Brunswick Chiropractors' Association, to communicate openly about your health and medical history, and to opt for a treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Safety also depends on identifying contraindications, such as recent fractures, infections or specific medical conditions. A chiropractor who keeps his skills up to date with ongoing training is able to identify these contraindications and adapt your treatment plan.

Why continue treatment if the pain disappears?

Pain is often the last symptom to appear in a problem... and surprisingly the first to disappear. However, this does not mean that all your tissues are healed and your body is back to its optimal function. There may be dysfunction, but no pain. It is also possible to present a problem without feeling pain.

With the help of various assessments, the chiropractor is able to detect this type of problem, which means that even after the pain has disappeared, he or she will be able to provide the necessary treatment to correct the situation and optimize your body's functions.

Respecting your treatment plan and listening to your chiropractor's recommendations are essential to achieving a lasting state of well-being.


Reduce your pain, restore your range of motion, improve your posture and optimize your overall health now.