Dr. Jacqueline Tsiapalis is a family chiropractor, wife, and mom, with specialty training in the care of pregnant moms, children and babies. She has been providing family chiropractic care for over 25 years, at first in Canada, and now in both Broward and Palm Beach counties Florida.
She is blessed with an amazing family with her husband, Gus, and their four children. All four children were born at home and have been adjusted since birth.
Dr. Jacqueline received her Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. Her other academic accomplishments include a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology (Health Care Cross Culturally) from McGill University in Montréal, and a post-doctorate fellowship in pregnancy and pediatric care. She is also certified in The Webster Technique used in pregnancy and as well she completed two years of the post-doctorate diplomate certification in chiropractic neurology.
Her primary mission is to help as many families as possible (especially children), to empower themselves to live at their optimal potential. It is through her own experience of the effects of a traumatic birth as well as her experiences of anovulation (preventing conception), she has made this her mission.
Dr. C. Gus Tsiapalis is blessed to be a family chiropractor, a husband, a father of four beautiful children, a professional speaker and inspirational coach on innate health and wellness.
He has been living and sharing the chiropractic lifestyle for almost three decades. He started in Canada after completing his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at University of Western Ontario and after earning his Doctor of Chiropractic at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1995. After practicing for over 25 years serving thousands of families throughout the greater Toronto area, and throughout southern, eastern and northern Ontario as a covering Chiropractor, he was called down to Florida to help empower more people towards optimal health in South Florida.
As Dr. Gus shares, he didn’t choose chiropractic, it chose him. Dr Gus stopped playing professional beach volleyball after being diagnosed with a form of muscular metabolic dystrophy. This led him to chiropractic, which changed his life, and has been his passion along with coaching since.
When not serving chiropractic practice members, he is writing/authoring books on wellness and contributing back to beach volleyball by coaching Canadian Olympic beach volleyball athletes and high performance youth athletes.
Dr. Gus lives and breathes the chiropractic lifestyle, being blessed with four children born at home and adjusted since birth. He welcomes you and thanks you for trusting him in helping empower you and your family to live to your fullest health potential throughout your life.