Dr. Barber has been practicing in Saskatoon since 2009.
He is proficient in both instrument and manual adjusting techniques. Dr. Barber’s practice has a primary focus on corrective chiropractic care, utilizing various diagnostic tests, including x-ray, to determine the root cause of his patient’s concerns. He has provided care for patients of all ages with a range of acute and chronic conditions.
"Dr. Barber demonstrates professionalism and respect for his patients. He has an easy going manner, a good sense of humour and takes his time with me. I continue to visit to maintain the positive results."
- Diane U
"Dr. Barber is genuinely interested in your life, and who you are as a person. Not just another patient."
- Alisha F
"Dr. Barber listened carefully to my concerns and was on the same page as me concerning my overall goals. Within minutes of meeting him, I felt at ease. It's clear that Dr. Barber is exceptional at what he does and possesses a breadth of knowledge of the human body and spine."
- DALE U
AN EXCEPTIONAL STANDARD OF CHIROPRACTIC CARE THAT ENSURES EVERY PATIENT’S NEEDS ARE EFFECTIVELY MET.
3 years of full-time undergraduate study at the University of Saskatchewan
2009 – Doctor of Chiropractic – Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Canadian Chiropractic Protection Agency
Canadian Chiropractic Association
The Saskatoon Club
Saskatchewan Young Professionals AND Entrepreneurs (SYPE)
Chiropractic Association of Saskatchewan
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES ATTENDED
Dec. ‘09- Activator Adjusting Methods
Sept. ’10 – Spinal Rehabilitation and Active Care
May ’12 – Understanding the Physiological Basis of How Vertebral Adjustments Have Immediate Effects on Muscle Contractile Properties Using MRI
Sept. ’12 – Radiology Seminar
Oct. ’12 and Oct. ’16 – Record Keeping Workshop
Dec. ’12 – Spine Pathway Assessment and Management of Low back Pain
Sept. ’14 – Chronic Pain Mechanisms and Management
Sept.’15 – Diagnosis and Treatment of Concussion
June. ’16 – Torque Release Technique
Dec. ’16 – Essentials to WCB Case Management
Dec. ’16 – Primary Management of Complex WCB Cases