Our Mission is to help as many people as we can in this lifetime — especially children.
Our lasting purpose is to help you and your family. We believe that information and education are the keys to good health. That is, educated, well-informed patients are truly the healthiest. Furthermore, some of our most dramatic results are of patients who have tried everything else except chiropractic's natural approach.
The 5 most dangerous words you can say are "Maybe it will go away?" The truth is that sometimes the pain does go away on its own. However, the cause of that problem may still be there and will eventually re-surface and possibly even cause a greater crisis.
If you have been living with pain and it "hasn't gone away", we may be able to help.
Dr. Victor Pwu
Dr. Pwu graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto in 1996 and has been in private practice serving families of the Mississauga and Toronto communities.
In 1999, he returned to CMCC to specialize in sports chiropractic.
Dr.Pwu is the Official Team Chiropractor for the Toronto Argonauts.
He is a member of the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association).
He is a member of the CAC (Chiropractic Awareness council).
He is a member of The CCO (College of Chiropractors of Ontario).
He is a Certified Fitness Consultant.
He is originally from Montreal, Que.and studied Biochemistry at McGill University.
He plays guitar and just completed a Masters program with Berklee School of Music.
He is an avid cyclist and enjoys road racing, mountain biking and snowboarding.
Dr. Heather Johnston
Dr. Victor Pwu and the rest of the team at Mississauga Chiro would like to welcome Dr. Heather Johnston to the clinic!
Dr. Johnston graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 2006 and has been living and working in Collingwood, Ontario, for the past 3 years. She is excited about relocating to Mississauga, Ontario, and the opportunity to continue helping families in this new community.
Prior to CMCC, she completed an honor's degree from Queen's University in Neuropsychology. Throughout her 4 years at Queen's, she was on the Varsity Cross Country team and Rowing team.
During the summers she worked for the Toronto Police Department, Marine Unit, as a beach Lifeguard and competed regularly in Provincial Lifeguard Competitions.
Before dedicating herself to 8 years of post secondary training, she backpacked Hawaii and Australia, and was a Snowboard Instructor for Intrawest in Whistler British Columbia for 3 seasons. During her 3 years in Whistler, she also taught swimming to local families, as well as children from the nearby Reservations.
She is a current member of the Canadian Ski Patrol and volunteers at Osler Ski Club In the town of the Blue Mountains.
She enjoys being active in such sports as cycling, swimming, wakeboarding, waterskiing, hiking, jogging, cross-country skiing and snowboarding.
She enjoys the arts and entertainment within the local community and in her past time enjoys drawing and photography.
She is a member of the CCO (College of Chiropractors of Ontario).
She enjoys doing local out-reaches at sporting and charity events.
She is an Independent Medical Evaluator for IRSI.
She is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).