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Dr. Natalie Samson- First woman chiropractor in Cornwall Ontario

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“The pain!” my friend said, “was unbearable! I couldn’t stand straight. My lower back was so sore.”

“What did you do?” I asked.photo

“I went to see Dr. Samson who had helped me in the past when I had a sore shoulder. After locating the area where the pain was the most intense, she proceeded to correct the subluxation with the appropriate manipulation. The procedure took less than half an hour, yet I was able to walk straight again.”


The important reality here is that many people do not want to live in a state of pain, nor to undergo surgery … unless it is 100% required. Therefore, it is wonderful that in Canada and the United States, there are highly qualified chiropractors such as Dr. Samson who can provide ways to eliminate certain pains revolving around the neuromusculoskeletal system – the spinal cord, and which is affected by dislocated disks, pulled nerves, tendons, muscles.


Many people are not familiar with chiropractic regulations and the long training program. The prospective chiropractors must spend no less that 4200 student/teacher contact hours (or the equivalent) in four years of full-time education.  This includes a minimum of 1000 hours of supervised clinical training.  All Chiropractic Examining Boards require candidates to complete a 12-month clinical internship to obtain licen
sure which is granted following successful completion of all provincial and national board exams, so long as the chiropractor maintains malpractice insurance.


Dr. Natalie Samson has successfully fulfilled the above requirements, and graduated from the National College of Chiropractic. In 2000 she opened her human practice. Then, in 2008, she successfully completed the basic animal chiropractic program in Brantford, Ontario.  That spring, she started her animal practice while still maintaining her human practice.  In 2011, Dr. Samson completed a 3-year functional neurology course for animal chiropractic.


If you have a cat or dog who accidentally injured his leg or spine; or a horse who is feeling off and is suddenly limping, you are very fortunate as you can contact Dr. Samson and arrange for her to treat your injured animal-pet.  n.b.:  In Ontario, people do not need a referral from the veterinarian to see an animal chiropractor, however, s/he should be kept informed.


It is truly a VERY SPECIAL GIFT TO US, IN THIS AREA, TO HAVE IN OUR MIDST: DR. NATALIE SAMSON.  Her gentle demeanour makes us feel we can trust her, while her wisdom and professionalism provide us with the confidence we need when seeking out a learned individual who knows what to do to help relieve our back pains and other disorders of our neuromusculoskeletal.

As my friend, Bernice Marcino knows: When you can barely stand up because of the back pain, and when you are caringly and professionally treated by Dr. Samson who helps you to walk straight again … You want the whole of Cornwall and area to know about her!  Thank You, Bernice, for having me meet with such a DEDICATED WOMAN AS DR. NATALIE SAMSON. To contact Dr. Natalie Samson dial,

For Humans who need Chiropractic Help: 613.933.1300

For Animals who need Chiropractic Help:   613.571.6342 
 
 



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