Dr Alex Ritza – Your Downtown Toronto Chiropractor
Chiropractic Care conveniently located near Yonge and Bloor
Rated one of Toronto’s Best Chiropractors online
Hi there! I’m Dr. Alex and I am obsessed with helping others to get healthier and ensure that their health never holds them back.
I am a NeuroStructural Chiropractor, host of the Better Ever After Podcast, author of The Sitting Antidote and Instagram health-influencer that serves hundreds of patients and tens of thousands of online-followers by providing care that focuses on correcting the real problems that create health concerns and passionately delivering the tips, tools, strategies and lifestyle resources required to find your healthiest self.
The best praise I have ever received, and that I aim for with every patient is that “You changed my life!”. After a traumatic hockey-related neck injury in my adolescence, a chiropractor “changed my life” and my health too, and my highest ambition is to do that for others.
I work with patients that are not looking for a Band-Aide solution but want a comprehensive, thorough, holistic and compassionate approach to addressing the underlying reasons why they hurt or struggle with their health and who want to get back to being healthy and feeling better than they realized was possible. Whether you are struggling with your health or just the consequences of an office job, and want more than just a “traditional” and superficial solution, I would love to review your case and see if we might be able to help you.
I have spent the last ten years of my life studying, researching and taking courses to ensure I can provide the best corrective care from the best available minds and researchers. After graduating from the Harvard-of-chiropractic colleges, the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College here in Toronto, I have taken countless courses like the world-renowned Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster and studied with dozens of certified Corrective Chiropractors to balance the “traditional approach” of CMCC with a more corrective approach.
When I am not caring for patients, you can follow me on my health journey. You will see that I am also obsessed with cycling (I belong to 3 cycling clubs in Toronto ha) and exercise, eating delicious and nutritious food (I post it all on Instagram), reading (I love fiction and anything to help improve my mindset) and volunteering in my community (we always need help at Out Of The Cold if you are interested in helping too!).
Through my training, I have learned that corrective chiropractic care is not for everyone! Sometimes the “health miracles” we are seeking come when we make some consistent and power changes to how we move, recover and eat: I create so much social media content to help others do this all for FREE.
If you need some help, I would start by checking out my content on Facebook, Instagram or YouTube. You might find that the do-it-yourself approach might help. You might also want to check out one of the free Nutrition, Movement or Recovery Curriculum module E-book resources we have also available for free.
But, if you have tried this without results, or you think your issue is beyond fixing yourself, then I would love to review your case with you (complimentary) and see if we might be able to help you. To do that, click here.
Thanks for visiting and best in health,