Eastmount Chiropractic and Wellness Centre is located just off the Lincoln Alexander Parkway near the corner of Upper Ottawa and Stonechurch in Hamilton.

Dr. Tony Anziano B.Sc., D.C.

tonyDr. Anziano graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1996. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Windsor where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. During his 23 years in practice, Dr. Anziano has served as vice-president of the Greater Hamilton Chiropractic Society, as well as community spokesperson for the Ontario Chiropractic Association. He was a regular guest speaker at McMaster University in the Occupational Health and Safety Program, where he taught physicians and nurses about occupational lower back pain. He has also worked for law firms in Ontario and British Columbia as a medical-legal consultant in chiropractic malpractice cases. He was qualified as an expert witness by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in 2018.

Dr. Chris Bozzo B.Sc., P.H.Ed., D.C.

chrisDr. Bozzo is a 2001 graduate of the National University of Health Sciences. In addition to his chiropractic training, Dr. Bozzo also received a postgraduate diploma in acupuncture. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brock University where earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a degree is Physical and Health Education. Born and raised in Hamilton, Dr. Bozzo has a special interest in the treatment of chronic pain conditions and sports injury management.

Dr. Brett Dykstra

brettDr. Dykstra started his education by completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University. During his time at McMaster he worked in a lab researching the areas of exercise and muscle physiology. He also worked as a personal trainer during his undergraduate studies, completing multiple certifications in fitness, which is where he found an interest in understanding movement and injury prevention of the human body. He then went on to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at D’Youville College. At D’Youville, he worked in the anatomy lab as a teaching assistant and also took on a research project focused on muscular anatomy, which was then published in a scientific journal. He has a particular interest in treating neck, low back and sports-related injuries. You can find Dr. Dykstra living a healthy lifestyle of running, golfing, cycling and playing hockey. During his spare time he also enjoys reading and hiking.

Abigail Petcoff, RMT

Abigail Petcoff graduated Mohawk College with an advanced diploma in Massage Therapy in 2015. Since then, she has had experience working in clinics and spas in the Hamilton area. Abigail enjoys treating each person as a whole; by incorporating relaxation as well as targeting problem areas. She is looking forward to expanding her skill set over the coming years. When she’s not working she enjoys healthy living, staying active, spending time with family, and cooking/baking. She can’t wait to meet you!

Chrystal Mcilveen, RMT

Chrystal earned her Massage Therapy Advanced Diploma from Mohawk College in 2015. Chrystal’s passion is to help others which promoted her career in Massage Therapy after high school. She has experience in working with clients who have chronic pain, low back pain, headaches as well as prenatal massage. Her goals for each treatment are to combine different techniques to make for a relaxing yet effective massage that suit each one of her client’s needs. Chrystal is excited to expand her knowledge and continue learning about Massage Therapy while adding different modalities and techniques to her range of abilities. She is excited to work with new clients to help them improve and maintain good health.

Brandon Broijer

Brandon is a Hamilton resident, and has been involved in the community for quite some time.  He completed his undergraduate and Master’s education at McMaster University, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and Masters of Science in Physiotherapy respectively. During this time, he worked with various varsity teams at the university.

Brandon’s clinical approach is founded in exercise-based therapy, with interests in manual therapy and acupuncture as well. Brandon has taken further education in manual therapy, acupuncture, and is a certified First Responder. He is pursuing continuing education in advanced manual therapy levels, concussion management, and vestibular rehab.

Brandon believes in creating a partnership with his patients, facilitating them to take an active role in their healthcare and becoming self-empowered throughout their rehabilitation. He welcomes working with clients and athletes of all abilities.  In his spare time, Brandon lives an active lifestyle as a runner, cyclist, while also playing basketball and soccer.