Rachel Frontain

Dr, DC

About

Dr. Rachel Frontain grew up in Saskatchewan where she acquired her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Saskatchewan. Despite her love of the arts, she always knew she wanted to be in the medical field. Following a traumatic incident while snowboarding, she met a chiropractor who would inspire her to go into the field. She got her doctorate of chiropractic and Bachelor of Sciences in Human Anatomy and Biology through the University of Western States in Portland, OR. During her time there, she was exposed to the concept of functional neurology, also known as chiropractic neurology, while shadowing Dr. Glen Zielinski at his clinic, Northwest Functional Neurology. She ultimately joined the clinic as an associate doctor. For 3 years Dr. Rachel honed her diagnostic abilities and gained experience in treating and managing some of the most complex neurological cases using a functional neurological approach.

Functional Neurology is a method of clinical diagnosis, evaluation and treatment that is based in clinical neuroscience. It was developed by Dr. Ted Carrick who went on to create the Carrick Institute, the leading educational institution in the field of clinical neuroscience for doctors and health professionals. Dr. Rachel has acquired over 400 hours of training with the Carrick Institute and is board certified with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Since all systems ultimately lead to the brain and nervous system, she is passionate about discovering the root cause of her patients’ problems on a neurological level. Through this discovery, we can harness the brain’s ability to create new connections, also known as neuroplasticity, to create lasting results.

Hours

West Location

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East Location

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Services

Functional Neurology
Functional Neurology is a method of clinical diagnosis, evaluation and treatment that is based in clinical neuroscience
Vertigo treatment
Vertigo treatment