Dr. Uravi Shah completed her Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in June of 2012. While in her fourth year at CMCC, she also completed her certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. Since graduating, she has had a fulfilling career of treating patients of all ages and assisting them in resolving a multitude of physical injuries/complaints. Having battled with migraines for most of her life, she was drawn to pursue chiropractic as a means of helping those suffering from chronic headaches in the same way that chiropractic has helped her. Prior to entering CMCC, Dr. Shah attended McMaster University where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Honours. While at McMaster, she received a scholarship to volunteer and assist at a pediatric facility in India.
She practices diversified chiropractic and employs a variety of soft tissue techniques, modalities, kinesiotaping, cupping therapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription as adjuncts within her therapeutic protocols.
She also continuously strives to expand her knowledge within her field through additional courses, literature and experience. In her free time, Uravi enjoys dancing, weight training and reading.