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Markham Chiropractor Dr. Pam Manning

Markham Chiropractor

Dr. Pam Manning with her children, Michael and Sarah

For Years I suffered with Headaches

For years I suffered with headaches, I did try several avenues to help my headaches but nothing seemed to work; in fact the headaches were getting worse.

It Was Incredible

I was recommended to see the local chiropractor, Dr. Barbara Sloat. “It was incredible” says Dr Manning “I’ll never forget that first adjustment. It was as if a huge weight was suddenly lifted from my shoulders.” ” I have never had a headache since!”


At the time, Dr. Manning was pursuing an undergraduate degree at McMaster University, studying the basic sciences such as chemistry, biology, along with basic physiology and anatomy courses.

Subsequently, Dr. Pam Manning went to Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. During her four years at Parker, courses included biochemistry, a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology, X-ray, diagnosis, chiropractic adjusting techniques and patient care in the Parker College Public Clinic. As well, Dr. Manning has completed her Fellowship in Pediatrics, certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.

Dr. Pam Manning

Dr. Manning chose to practice in Markham because “I view it as a dynamic community that is health-conscious and aspires for improvement, values I hold myself.”

“We love skeptics,” smiles Dr. Manning. “I still remember the concerns and apprehension I had when I went to the chiropractor for the first time. So we make it a point to explain everything in advance, answer questions and attempt to over communicate. Practice members appreciate that.”

Through lectures to private and public audiences about health matters, including stress, fatigue, arthritis, and children’s health issues, Dr. Manning regularly demonstrates that it’s never too late to initiate a pro-active approach to health and wellness.

At Home

Dr. Manning is married, and when not practicing, Dr. Manning and her husband will be outdoors; paddling Algonquin Park, climbing the Rocky mountains or hiking the trails of the Oakridges moraine.

“Thank you for visiting our site. I hope it can be a source of hope and healing. If you have any questions, please call me or send an email.”