About Dryburgh Chiropractic
Dryburgh Chiropractic first began in 1955 with Dr. Robert Dryburgh (Dr. Bob) in the heart of Wortley Village. Dr. Bob's son, Dr. Dean, joined the practice in 1984, followed by his granddaughter, Dr. Heather, in 2018.
Dr. Dean R. Dryburgh
Dr. Dean is a second
generation chiropractor. He attended the University of Western
Ontario for his pre-chiropractic requirements before graduating from
the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1984. Dr. Dean worked
until 1990 with his father, Dr. Robert Dryburgh, DC, ThD who opened
the practice on Wharncliffe Road in 1955.
Dr. Dean and his wife Lynn are avid hikers and love spending time outdoors. In Dr. Dean's spare time, you may find him out riding his bike, going for a run, playing hockey, or enjoying quality time with his 4 adult children or 5 grandchildren.
Dr. Heather Dryburgh
Dr. Heather Dryburgh is the third generation at Dryburgh Chiropractic, graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2018. Previously, she attended Trinity Western University to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and math, and then Western University for a Bachelor of Education. In addition to chiropractic care, Dr. Heather also provides acupuncture treatment.
Dr. Heather loves being physically active, whether it be through running, hiking, fitness training, or playing hockey. She also loves anything math related, especially celebrating Pi Day (March 14 - 3.14) with a delicious homemade apple pie!
Three Generations of Chiropractors!
Dr. Robert Dryburgh, 1955
Dr. Dean Dryburgh, 1984
Dr. Heather Dryburgh, 2018