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Meet the Chiropractor
I, Dr. Lance Barclay, grew up in Pincher Creek, Alberta. After graduating from high school there, I attended pre-chiropractic courses at the University of Lethbridge, and completed massage and shiatsu courses at Lethbridge Community College.
I graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from the Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas, where I learned a number of chiropractic techniques. I was also President of the Chiropractic Biomechanics Club, where I learned and taught the principles of "Chiropractic BioPhysics", a motion and posture-based technique.
Through the Chiropractic Extremity Council in the United States, I completed the "Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner" (CCEP) program. This program included my first course in orthotics.
My next professional courses on extremities were seminars run by Australian podiatrist Dr. Phillip Vasyli, which taught me the most up-to-date orthotic techniques.
Next I took the course "Craninal Adjusting Turner Style" or CATS technique. This technique suplemented extra knowledge into the shape and functioning aspects of the skull and all its bones.
In October 1998, I opened my own clinic in Lethbridge, and bought an existing practice in Pincher Creek. I still practice in both of these locations offering care to all ages, and all activity levels.
In my clinics, I apply a merging of all the techniques I have learned. I use Diversified, Gonstead and Thompson techniques, extremity work, CATS and CPB all mixed together to make the adjustment as gentle and effective as possible. Every patient is an individual so there is no cookie cutter approach. I look at everyone's health on a case by case basis. I strive to help every patient to the best of my abilities in my office.