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About Dr. Denis Simons

Dr. Denis Simons has been practicing in Calgary, Alberta, Canada since 2000. Academically he achieved a Bachelor's degree in Science at the University of Lethbridge in 1995, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon in 2000. Dr. Simons was recognized by his peers while at WSCC receiving the class speaker and clinical excellence awards.  

 

He owned and operated Penny Lane Chiropractic and Health in the downtown core from 2001 until 2006 until he joined the Advantage Health group of clinics. He continues to practice at the downtown Advantage Health Clinic in the Husky Building and in his new clinic, Momentum Health Westbrook. Click Here for here to see Dr. Simons' schedule. 

 

An avid and once competitive skier Dr. Simons spent many years as a volunteer on the Lake Louise Ski Patrol and competed in Big Mountain Competitions. He enjoyed the opportunity to work and travel with the Canadian National Snowboarding team, treating several Olympic medalists along the way. His reputation consistently has travelling musicians and athletes requesting treatments as their travels bring them through Calgary.

 

Dr. Simons continually attends seminars and courses to make sure he has the most current and relevant information and techniques. As a diversified chiropractic practitioner he utilizes manual chiropractic adjusting techniques, home exercise, and various soft tissue and stretching techniques to help his patients achieve their healthcare and wellness goals. Being a part of the multi-disciplinary team at both clinics allows him to refer and co-treat with physiotherapists, registered massage therapists, acupuncturists, naturopathic doctors and psychologists.

 

In addition to traditional diversified chiropractic techniques, Dr. Denis is an OTZ trained chiropractor. Dr. Denis Simons uses these chiropractic treatments to help patients with Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (aka Adhesive Capsulitis), tennis elbow and other disorders of the arm and shoulder. This new treatment approach is providing sufferers of FSS often immediate and dramatic results. If you would like to learn more about this condition, or see actual patient before and after video, please visit www.frozenshouldertreatment.ca

 

Dr. Simons is currently collaborating with other health care and research professionals to better understand and demonstrate the important connection between the upper cervical spine and healthy function of the shoulder, upper extremity and the patient's overall health.