Dr Justin Jhauj, DC is a chiropractor with research skills to compliment his experience and knowledge of chiropractic care.
His certifications include NBCE parts I to IV and PT portion, Functional Movement Techniques certified, Athletic Taping certified and Adult & Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED certified.
He completed his chiropractic college education at D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY in May 2019. In the two years since graduating, he has a a wide range of experience working at medical centers and spent several months at the Buffalo Neurosurgery where he worked in conjunction with orthopedic and neurosurgeons to provide care for pre and post operative patients.
It’s this skillset which will enable him to work as part of the multi disciplined care approach here at Back and Body Pain Relief.
Dr Jhauj’s skills will help patients find relief through chiropractic care treating back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and more.
Justin Jhauj, D.C.
Undergrad: University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Ontario, Canada – Bachelor of Health Science (Honours)
Graduate School: D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY – Doctor of Chiropractic
- Conducted research in concussion testing, and its effects on balance. The prevalence of low back pain within police officers, and the effects of fatigue on muscle recruitment.
- Interned at a level 1 trauma centre
- Performed an in-depth internship treating pre and post op candidates for neuro-surgery.
- Treated collegiate volleyball, soccer, ice hockey athletes for sports related injuries.
Particular Area of clinical Interest:
Dr. Jhauj has always had a special interest in sports medicine. He has avidly developed his clinical skills to stay up to date on research and rehab protocols to ensure that he delivers the highest level of care to get his patients back to competing in their respective sports. He believes in looking at the whole picture and assessing how his patients move in order to help them avoid re-injury.
What made you want to become a doctor?
I have always been interested in helping people. Having grown up playing sports and spending time on the rehab table, I wanted to share my knowledge to help prevent injuries keep other athletes and people from living their life to the best they can.
What do you wish you could tell every patient and why?
I cannot understate the importance of movement. Whether its physical exercise or advancing your knowledge or career, we need to always move forward and use our experiences to help us grow.
What do you enjoy doing when not at work?
I enjoy playing sports be it ice-hockey, soccer, volleyball, golf, snowboarding basically anything that gets me spending time outside and taking in everything nature has to offer. Recently I have started exploring the culinary world including cooking different meals and different methods of cooking. I enjoy trying new things, and pushing my boundaries.