I grew up in a family that was very familiar with the utility of chiropractic care. I had regular chiropractic treatments every week or two. However, I worked hard on the family farm and played lots of basketball which kept me constantly going back to the chiropractor’s office for neck, back, and knee pain.
When I was 12, I started getting confusional migraines that would leave me debilitated for at least 2 days at a time. I would still go to the chiropractor to get my neck cracked but it did not seem to help with the migraines. It wasn’t until I was 17 when Dr. Glen moved to Airdrie and I started getting adjusted by him regularly that my migraines resolved. His specific upper cervical technique corrected my nervous system dysfunction in a way that traditional chiropractic wouldn’t.
Not only have I not had a migraine in over 8 years but my posture, balance, and neck curve also improved. I was sold. I decided to go to school to become a chiropractor.
I attended school at Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida Campus. While at school I also started bodybuilding and as a result became very proficient at rehabbing many types of injuries by using exercise as a tool to progressively strengthen and stabilize the body.
I graduated from Palmer in December 2023 and I am very excited to join the Atlas chiropractic team. I look forward to using all my knowledge of chiropractic and experience with injury rehab to help patients on their health journey as well as possible.
Dr. Cole Albersworth
I brought my baby in after labour. Dr. Glen is gentle and great with kids. Cassie
Initially my chiropractic care was to treat “back pain”. I had thought about spinal health, but my thought was pain = improper alignment. Today my thought is proper alignment = proper function = health. I tell my network that chiropractic care is a part of my overall health. One of the largest improvements in my life has been my quality of sleep. Amanda H