Dr. Jessalynn Frederick is a London native who developed an early interest in sports when she started playing baseball at 4 years of age. She continued to participate in a variety of different sports, from track and field where she competed and won many local and regional events throughout elementary and high school, to swimming, basketball, volleyball, and competitive fastball where she spent most of her time in the London Lightning organization. Her love for activity, experience with many different sports and motivation to stay healthy has driven her to remain involved in activities as much as possible. She continues to keep herself active by swimming, yoga, rollerblading, golf, bike riding, skating and of course, spending time with her two kids.
Dr. Frederick’s love of sport and movement, lead her to attain a Bachelor of Human Kinetics Degree with an Honours in Movement Science Co-op at the University of Windsor. While there, she was heavily involved with the campus recreation program, both running and participating in a variety of intramural sports, as well as becoming certified as a nutrition wellness specialist, and as a personal trainer.
Dr. Frederick continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic with honours in her clinical year. She is trained in adjusting, soft tissue techniques, therapeutic athletic taping, rehabilitation exercises, has received a certificate of proficiency in the Webster technique (which is a specific adjustment used for pregnant mothers that helps to balance the pelvic muscles, thus allowing the baby to get into the best position for birth), and through continuing education is a certified animal chiropractor as well. These techniques all help her to provide a well rounded treatment program for each individual and for their animal companions. In December of 2017, Dr. Frederick also acquired a certificate in Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University
As a licensed chiropractor, Dr. Frederick specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions and disorders relating to the skeletal, nervous, and muscular systems. She believes firmly in treating the source of the problem rather than the symptoms alone. Dr. Frederick believes that education and proper communication is imperative to patient care. When people understand why their pain or dysfunction is occurring, it enables them to make the changes necessary to correct the problem at hand. She is dedicated to providing patients with high quality professional care with a referral network of other health care professionals to direct patients to and consult with when needed. She is excited to apply all that she has learned both on and off the sports field, to provide the best possible care in order for every patient to achieve their optimal function. As an advocate for holistic healing, Dr. Frederick is dedicated to optimizing your health and wellness through chiropractic care and helping you reach and surpass your health goals. From newborns to adults, Dr. Frederick uses techniques specific to the individual. Spinal alignment will help your body grow, develop, and heal naturally as well as adapt to everyday stress.
Dr. Frederick is an active member of the Ontario and Canadian Chiropractic Associations, and the College of Animal Chiropractors. She has been the co-president for the London Chiropractic society since 2018, has provided guest lectures for the Veterinary Technician program in Ridgetown Ontario on Animal Chiropractic, and volunteers her time at the Humane Society London and Middlesex. She also spends time mentoring Chiropractic students and new graduates.
You can contact Dr. Frederick to book an appointment or with any questions by calling the office at 519-472-8700 or by email email@example.com
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Canadia Women Entrepreneur Nominee 2020 and 2021
Top Choice Chiropractic Clinic in London 2021, 2022, 2023
University of Windsor Alumni Ambassador Award 2021 (The award recognizes alumni in their mid-career, having reached significant achievements in their professional life and/or in the community/volunteer work. Consideration will also be given to those who have contributed to the University by acting as an ambassador.)