Dr. Trevor Hillard
Dr. Trevor Hillard has been interested in chiropractic and health from a young age. Having struggled with illness throughout childhood, a keen interest and an early respect for the value of health spurred Dr. Hillard towards proactive health alternatives. He first experienced NUCCA in his late teens after family members had experienced excellent results with Dr. Scholten, and he was immediately inspired to focus his future career on these specific chiropractic procedures.
To pursue his passion in becoming a NUCCA practitioner, Dr. Hillard completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Lethbridge. He followed that by graduating Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic – one of only a few chiropractic colleges with the resources to allow NUCCA to be practiced clinically during the final four semesters of school. In order to continue his learning Dr. Hillard is engaged in the NUCCA Certification process, and has completed his level II Certification.
Dr. Hillard is fully trained in the NUCCA procedures with a primary interest in serving patients with headaches, specifically migraines. Having watched many in his family, as well as himself, suffer from migraines before discovering NUCCA, Dr. Hillard developed a deep respect for the relationship between migraine pain and imbalances in the head and neck region. He is currently working with other practitioners to explore the use of EEG brain scans to understand the stress that the upper neck misalignment places on the brain. He believes strongly in the need for a dedicated practitioner to address this vital and complex area.
When you can tear him away from treating neck imbalances, Trevor is equally passionate about old cars; in his downtime you can often find him under the hood of a car. He also enjoys playing squash or hiking with his wife Audina. In the summer of 2017 he and his wife completed a 60 Kilometer hike over 3 days with his highly-ambitious coworkers.
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