“I have always been fascinated by how the body works and interested in natural ways to heal it. This interest started when I was 16 after my younger sister was diagnosed with scoliosis. She was told she would need to wear a back brace for 23 hours a day 7 days a week and possibly require surgery where they put two metal rods in your spine. She was devastated and worried beyond belief! Our parents knew that this was a worst case scenario for my sister, who was 14 years old at the time, so they asked around and were referred to a Chiropractor for another opinion. After just a few adjustments with the chiropractor my sister was getting significant relief and feeling much better! At a later visit with her orthopedic surgeon she was told that the scoliosis was not progressing and that she wouldn’t need surgery! That’s when I knew I wanted to be a Doctor of Chiropractic…”
After completing his undergraduate studies at Carleton University, Dr. Travis W. M. Cox went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic. In his studies he focused his practice specialty on gentle & effective chiropractic techniques that help with headaches, migraines, neck pain, whiplash and back pain. Dr. Travis is a Board certified Doctor of Chiropractic in both United States and in Canada since 2009.
He has upgraded his education over the years to complete the following certifications;
● Masters of Science in Human Nutrition & Functional Medicine at University of Western States (candidate)
● Spinal MRI Interpretation - Levels 1 & 2
● Spinal Biomechanics Certification
When an individual presents with health issues that go beyond gentle spinal care, Dr. Travis enjoys using diet, nutrition, exercise and other evidenced-based lifestyle medicines that he has learnt about in his MSc program. Collaborating with a team of other holistic health care providers, such as Acupuncturists, Registered Massage Therapists, Pharmacists and Medical Doctors is another avenue Dr. Travis uses when necessary.
When out of the clinic he enjoys spending time with his two amazing boys, Cooper & Tristan. Such family outdoor past time activities include hiking, camping and skiing. When he’s not busy with his two young boys he enjoys competing in obstacle course races, strength training, eating a Vegan diet, yoga, meditation and playing guitar.