Dr. Courtney Broadhurst
Offers services in English & French
Dr. Courtney Broadhurst was born and raised
in a rural area of Quebec’s Eastern Townships. She moved to Ontario in 2012 to continue her studies and to pursue her dream of skating for Team Canada Dr. Broadhurst completed her undergraduate degree in Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences at the University of Guelph.
Throughout her studies, she was a member of the national synchronized skating team, NEXXICE Senior. While skating for NEXXICE, she competed at several international venues including the United States, Austria, Scotland, France, and Italy. During her time on the national synchronized skating team, Dr. Broadhurst received two silver medals and one gold medal at the World Synchronized Skating Championships.
Dr. Broadhurst later went on to complete her post graduate education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto; where she earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree (magna cum laude).
Genuinely kind and compassionate individual
who always puts the needs of her patients first. She focuses on identifying and understanding the root cause of her patients’ issues in order to deliver them with the best possible care. Her goal is to provide evidence-based, patient-centred care, with personalized treatment plans to fit the needs of each and every patient. Although she loves to treat everyone, Dr. Broadhurst has a keen interest in providing care to athletes and seniors.
Dr. Broadhurst uses a diversified treatment method, which includes Sports injuries, Headache/Jaw Pain, Low Back Pain, Senior Care, Office Postural Strain, Generalized Tension, Preventative Spinal Care. Dr. Broadhurst is fluent in both English and French.
In her spare time
Dr. Broadhurst enjoys playing a variety of sports, outdoor activities, reading, and spending time with her friends, family and two dogs! She is very excited to be a part of the Kent Chiro-Med Wellness team and is looking forward to getting involved and giving back to the community!