No more Chiropractic care in Port McNeill

There will be no more chiropractic care in Port McNeill as of January 27, 2016.

As of Jan. 27, 2016, there will be no more chiropractic care available in Port McNeill. Dr. Doug Trotter, a 2nd

generation chiropractor who has practised chiropractic care for over 20 years on Vancouver Island, has

decided to call it quits on his weekly visits to Port McNeill. After “20 years of driving weekly from Comox, about

a 1000 trips, 50,000+ litres of fuel, and multiple sets of tires… it has worn down this old body,” Trotter stated via

email when asked to comment. He added that he “has had the pleasure to care for many many patients, many I

consider part of my extended family,” and that he’s “very sad to leave.”Trotter will still be available for

Chiropractic care in Comox Valley at the Trotter Chiropractic clinic. For more information on Trotter and his

chiropractic methods, his website is www.trotterchiropractic.com.

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