A health profession concerned with the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health.
A minimally invasive technique in which solid, sterile needles are inserted into the skin to stimulate muscles, nerve and connective tissue. Primary goal is to restore function by modulating abnormal activity of the nervous system and to decease pain signals.
Movement-based massage technique applied to tight and/or tender soft-tissue structures like muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. The main focus is on improving muscular flexibility and function following an injury or ongoing soreness or stiffness.
A machine that transmits electrical stimulation through electrode pads on the skin to target sensory, motor and pain fibers of a nerve. The goal is to reduce pain signals and help improve physical function.
A device designed to align the foot to reduce stress and strain on our body and correct specific foot imbalances. It redirects and reduces certain movements during standing, walking, jogging and running.
Specific stretching and strengthening techniques are used to help restore full function of the area(s) involved, and allows to enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle.
Strips of tape are applied to the skin to help improve pain, inflammation, posture and performance, and helps keep us moving optimally.
Plastic cups are placed on the skin through suction to target underlying tissues with decreased flexibility. The main goal is to help decrease pain and inflammation, and increase blood flow to help improve function.
High-grade, stainless steel instruments are applied along the skin to target tight and/or tender soft-tissue structures like muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. The main focus is on improving range of motion, reducing pain and improving physical function.
Dr. Ryan Donsky is a lifelong learner within the chiropractic profession. As a chiropractor in Brampton he strives to keep up to date with current evidence in order to continue to offer individualized treatment plans for all of his patients.