Yonge & Wellington | Dr. Tracey Tien, DC
Dr. Tracey Tien graduated cum laude from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) and was the recipient of the CCR Clinical Radiological Proficiency Award. Dr. Tien is also certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. Prior to CMCC, Dr. Tien received her Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from McMaster University.
She is an evidence-based chiropractor, who focuses on providing individualized treatment specific to the client’s needs, lifestyle and goals. Outside of practice, she enjoys working out on her Peloton and spending quality time with her family and dog.
What are the top 3 treatments that you specialize in?
I am passionate about all things manual therapy and rehabilitation. However, my top 3 treatments include diversified chiropractic technique (spinal and extremity manipulation), myofascial release technique (soft tissue therapy) and medical acupuncture.
What are you proud of in your practice?
I have participated in outreach events including providing treatment for participants of motionball (a national non-profit organization that empowers young Canadians to be leaders in their communities while raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics). I was also selected as 1 of 12 interns to join an outreach program to the Dominican Republic where most patients have limited access to health care. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the trip was cancelled. I hope in the future I can lend myself again to another outreach program to help underserved communities while promoting chiropractic care globally.
Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?
I have a special interest in low back, shoulder-related and ankle-related pain and injuries due to my years of involvement in various sports including basketball, volleyball and softball. My priority is to provide the best possible care including chiropractic treatment, appropriate exercises, health education and advocacy. I have experienced and enjoy treating individuals from all walks of life including children and adolescents, women during pregnancy, those who have sustained acute injuries and those living with chronic pain.