Dr. Curtis Woolf
Dr. Woolf has been helping people return to a pain free life since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2004. He took his studies seriously, as he does with patient care, and graduated Valedictorian of his class. He continues to try and stay at the fore front of his profession by offering many different types of treatments and modalities for his patients, in order to allow for individualized care.
In addition to traditional Chiropractic treatment, Dr. Woolf has a passion for postural care. Poor posture has been shown to be the cause of not only many types of back and neck pain, but also to have a detrimental influence on overall health. By looking at more than just patients immediate symptoms, Dr. Woolf aims to improve underlying problems. This provides long term solutions for individuals with chronic neck or back pain as well as many other problems such as headaches, migraines, TMJ disorders, and shoulder problems to name a few.
Dr. Woolf also has a passion for helping people with severe back and neck pain that includes herniated discs, sciatica, spinal stenosis and pinched nerves. He was one of the first health care providers not only in Edmonton, but in northern Alberta, to offer non- surgical spinal decompression to his patients. He realizes that sometimes traditional chiropractic lacks the ability to help with some of these severe spinal conditions and offers his patients an affordable treatment option for these problems.
By combining the most effective hands on techniques and state of the art treatments, Dr. Woolf aims to help you accelerate your recovery time and maintain not only good spinal health but health in general. With knowledge in the realms of nutrition, orthotics, diet and exercise, he strives to help his patients achieve overall wellness. Remember life shouldnt hurt.
Aside from Dr. Woolfs busy professional life, he has a fulfilling home life. Dr Woolf has a wife and four young children which are his inspirations. He met his wife while attending the University of Alberta as an undergraduate student. His wife, Amy, is in the field of nursing. They have devoted a large portion of their lives to helping people improve their health and hope to continue to contribute to increasing an overall proactive approach to health in Alberta.
When not helping people at the office or spending time with his family (four kids keeps him busy), Dr. Woolf enjoys golfing (which he knows is bad for his back but because he enjoys it so much he never tells patients golf is a bad thing – as long as they see their chiropractor regularly) and hiking in the mountains.