The practice of chiropractic is the assessment of conditions related to the spine, nervous system and joints and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment, primarily by adjustment of:
– College of Chiropractors of Ontario
Dr. Jay Grossman has presented on Technologies, Techniques, Devices or Procedures to the College of Chiropractors of Ontario on behalf of ICAK Canada and abides by the core competencies required for practice by the College.
Patient trust is core to Dr. Grossman's practice; no care happens without Consent for Care. Dr. Grossman is always open to questions about your chiropractic care and amenable to explaining any aspects of your care.
Naturopathic medicine is a primary healthcare profession built on a patient-centred approach that emphasizes prevention, treatment and optimal health using therapeutic methods and substances that support the body’s natural ability to heal and help the patient achieve sustainable health and wellness.
Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) use a functional medicine approach to healthcare, identifying the biochemical and physiological imbalances within the individual and apply natural, scientifically-proven solutions to rectify these imbalances. NDs focus on naturally-occurring substances, minimally invasive methods and promote natural healing. They also emphasize illness prevention and a healthy diet and lifestyle.
As a Board-certified Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Grossman focuses on the underlying conditions causing patient symptoms, treating the root causes of disease and addressing preventable risk factors and applying a range of science- and evidence-based natural and conventional therapies.
Dr. Jay Grossman is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and President of Naturopathic Board Review Experts. Jay is also at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine as Instructor, Clinical Medicine.
Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a safe and non-invasive diagnostic system using muscle testing as a tool for evaluating neurological function. The methodology focuses primarily on neuromuscular function as it relates to the structural, chemical and neurological regulatory systems in the body. Muscle testing assesses the impact of the nervous system on patient health, helping AK practitioners look for the source of disease in the balance of the sensory system with the motor system.
Only healthcare practitioners who are regulated by licensing bodies can be certified to include Applied Kinesiology in their patient care. In Canada, most Applied Kinesiology practitioners are chiropractors and naturopathic doctors, depending on which province the practitioner is in – for Ontario, only medical doctors, chiropractors, naturopathic doctors and dentists are licensed to diagnose patients.
Dr. Jay Grossman is a member of the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) and the past Chairman of ICAK-Canada. He has received a Diplomate (DIBAK), the most advanced level of certification. Only DIBAK-certified practitioners can teach applied kinesiology; Jay's 100-hour Basic Applied Kinesiology Certification Courses are in their seventh year in Toronto and Vancouver.
Jay was one of the first to bring applied kinesiology to the Toronto area. Applied kinesiology is a powerful tool when practiced by healthcare practitioners with the required education to use the techniques that are standardized by the International College of Applied Kinesiology. Regulated healthcare professionals are specifically trained to properly diagnose a variety of conditions including potentially significant or life-threatening diseases. Patients looking for an Applied Kinesiology approach should look for a registered healthcare professionals who are certified by ICAK.