Dr. Sadie Laronde, B.A, D.C.


Dr. Sadie Laronde is a down to earth chiropractor that has seen and experienced the immense benefit that chiropractic can offer. She is inspired everyday by her patients' impressive change in their capacity to change their lives for the better.

Dr. Sadie went to Western University where she completed her Honours of Kinesiology bachelor degree. After a summer traveling Europe, she went to the New Zealand College of Chiropractic to complete her chiropractic education in 2021. During her studies, she was involved in the technique clubs, public speaking competitions, and a leader in campus lifestyle.

She has since competed in the national public pitch event for indigenous entrepreneurs and placed first in her field, making it to the finals. Dr. Sadie is especially happy to serve BIPOC folk achieve better health through their body’s natural ability to heal.

Her perspective on care is to provide gentle, specific care for the body so the nervous system can function at its best. Dr. Sadie achieves this by understanding the goals and needs of each person, tailoring the approach based on the capacity and interests of the person.

Techniques she uses are:

  • Diversified (hands-on): Manual chiropractic adjustments effective for joint mobility and function. May or may not make “cracking” noise, this sound is gas releasing between the spinal joint fluid.
  • Activator: Instrument assisted care, allows for adjustment without bringing joints past normal range of motion.
  • Webster’s: Natural way to improve balance of ligaments, muscles, tendons, and joints in pregnant mothers. Can also be helpful for those trying to conceive or with menstrual strain.
  • Upper Cervical:  Highly specific and gentle technique addressing occiput and first two spinal vertebrae.
  • Thompson:  Gentle technique that uses drops on the table to assist adjustment.
  • Neuro-Emotional Technique: Identifying mind-body connection of traumatic events, gentle way to neutralize harmful cycles that can be stored in the nervous system.
  • Cranial Adjusting: The bones and joints in the skull have slight range of motion, when misaligned can impact sinus function, headaches, TMJ, eye tension, and nervous system tone.

Professionally, Dr. Sadie ensures best patient outcomes by researching her cases and working alongside other healthcare professionals. She has had great success working with postural stress, athletes, geriatric, CPTSD and prenatal populations.

She believes that at its core, the body is designed to move and communicate to us effectively. Dr. Sadie has seen first hand that restoring the nervous system’s function with movement can change the trajectory for people’s lives for the better.

Dr. Sadie loves yoga, weight lifting, volleyball, and long hikes. She will be a yoga teacher later this year in 2024. In her free time she enjoys playing board games, cooking big meals with friends and family, going out for coffee, and learning about what it means to be human.