Drew Glendinning


My name is Drew Glendinning and I am a chiropractor.  I was introduced to chiropractic after years of sporting injuries caught up with me.  I was so delighted with the results that I decided to become a chiropractor.  Over the years I responded well with chiropractic care but my problems were never completely resolved.  During my internship I had a chance meeting with a chiropractor using a specific approach focusing on realigning the upper neck to balance the rest of the spine and body.  Once under care I resolved these recurrent health problems very quickly.

As you can imagine I was immediately drawn to the effectiveness of this chiropractic technique called upper cervical specific that focused on the top two bones of the neck.  These bones, the atlas and axis, are the most freely moveable as well as unstable vertebrae in the spine. Because our head sits in delicate balance atop this critical area, any misalignment will unbalance not only the head and spine but eventually the whole body. Correction of the upper neck therefore produces structural and neurological changes throughout the entire spine and body.  This correction is quick and gentle involving no forceful twisting, popping or cracking and is appropriate for all ages.  In fact most of us are living with an upper cervical misalignment and never even realize it.  Symptoms in many cases take years to develop, if at all, and may show up anywhere in the body.



When I was first exposed to this I had no idea chiropractic could help with some of the conditions patients presented with. The results even the most difficult cases were miraculous.  Over the years I have never ceased to be amazed by the effectiveness of this approach with my patients and myself.  Since every part of the body is controlled by the nervous system, there isn’t a health condition that may not be positively affected by upper cervical chiropractic care.

Is your head on straight?