Dr. Katie C. Sloma, BKin (Hons), DC
My first chiropractic experience was disappointing.
Yes, it's true. The first chiropractor I saw lacked professionalism and was too busy to book follow-up appointments when I needed more sessions. But I knew there was something more to chiropractic out there - something from which everyone else seemed to benefit. So I listened to some friends and tried another chiropractor.
My second chiropractic experience was inspiring.
I saw real results without the use of drugs or surgery. I was educated about the innate ability of the body to heal itself when spinal issues are properly addressed. Apart from long term relief from stabbing low back pain and chronic headaches, I had better sleeping patterns, higher energy levels and a healthier immune system. If my chiropractor could change lives with the power of a spinal adjustment, I wanted to follow the same rewarding path. After graduating from the Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology program at McMaster University, I was accepted into the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. I have been practicing at Valley Chiropractic in Middleton since 2005. My goal has always been to provide high quality chiropractic care to people of all ages in order to keep the body's natural intelligence as a self-healing organism working at its optimum level. I have seen the positive benefits of chiropractic in patients as young as newborn babies to 97 years of age.
International Association of Pediatric Chiropractors
Webster Technique Certified
Canadian Chiropractic Association
Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors
Rotary Club of Middleton (past President)
DQ Women's Softball team, Greenwood squash club
Middleton Regional High School Senior Girls Softball coach
Middleton Regional High School Junior, Intermediate and Senior Badminton Coach
Jennifer Janz, PhD, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Brenda is originally from Lawrencetown, but after attending high school moved on to London, Ont. From there she has lived in Germany and Ottawa before returning to the valley.
Brenda is married and has two children. Josh works in St. John's and Emily is attending post-graduate school in England. Brenda enjoys reading, baking and walking.