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Welcome to Health & Healing Family Chiropractic

Your Mississauga Chiropractor

We have a vision to make South Mississauga and its surrounding communities like Clarkson, Port Credit, Erin Mills, Streetsville, Cooksville, and Lakeview the healthiest across the country. We aim to empower families to stay healthy and keep them there for a lifetime by striving to provide the best chiropractic care in Mississauga.

Why people choose us?

We have a mission to transform people's health through natural, safe, gentle and life-changing chiropractic care. At Health & Healing Family Chiropractic, in addition to being treated with the most up-to-date chiropractic techniques that correct the source of many health issues, patients are truly treated like family. We help people suffering from all spinal-related problems from back pain, headaches, migraines,, sciatica, digestion, asthma, mobility, menstrual issues to posture correction.

We have served south Mississauga since 2011 and have been honourably nominated for the Mississauga South Star Award for Service Excellence for 3 consecutive years. We are blessed to be one of the fastest growing practices in Mississauga that provides affordable care that doesn't sacrifice on quality. We are also proud to partner with Chiropractors with Compassion - a charity designed to free children from poverty around the world.

Visit our Testimonials Page or Google Reviews to find out what our patients are saying about our Mississauga chiropractor.

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We can help patients experience improvements in health & wellness in all of the below areas.

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Dr. Tyler Kong
Mississauga Chiropractor | Health & Healing Family Chiropractic | (905) 916-4325

1684 Lakeshore Road West, Unit 22
Mississauga, ON L5J1J5


Your South Mississauga Chiropractor - proudly serving the communities of Clarkson, Port Credit, Erin Mills, Streetsville, Cooksville, Lakeview and beyond.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Tyler Kong is simply a blessing in my life. He is kind and compassionate first of all which I feel makes him a better chiropractic professional. My improvements are significant and for this, I am truly thankful to him. His monthly Health Talks are great and we always learn more than we knew before. He is a very community-minded individual always willing to help when and where possible. Keep up the fine practice."
    Sandra S. / Mississauga, ON

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