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Meet our Chiropractor Dr. Rebecca Slota

Dr. Rebecca Slota, DC, BSc (Honors), Clinical Acupuncture, Webster© Certified


Webster© and Perinatal Chiropractic care (Techniques, case management and evidenced based practice for pregnancy, birth and infancy), Acupuncture, General Chiropractic Care (infants, children, and adults), Ultrasound, IFC, Orthotics, and injury rehabilitation.


Dr. Slota received her Four-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree in Toronto. Her degree emphasized courses in anatomy, nutrition, rehabilitation, sports injuries, chiropractic adjusting techniques, and biomechanics/orthotics. Dr. Slota was on the selection committee for applicants to the Chiropractic College.

Dr. Slota completed a one-year Chiropractic clinical internship in Toronto and received the distinction of Clinic Honours. She also earned a Clinical Acupuncture Certificate recognized by the Acupuncture Council of Ontario. She received her Honours Bachelor of Science (double major in Biology and Psychology).


Dr. Slota was a member of the Varsity Rowing team while in university. She earned silver medal in the Ontario Universities Finals and gold in various regattas across Ontario while in rowing in a heavy weight women's eight. Dr. Slota also enjoys running, staying active, traveling, interior design, playing with children, reading, learning, painting, drawing, and music.

FOR AN APPOINTMENT WITH DR. REBECCA SLOTA PLEASE CALL (519)601-4325 or (226)663-8565. Dr. Rebecca Slota sees patients at the North West location 530 Oxford St. West - London, ON N6H 1T6 (Inside Sears outlet mall)

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  • "My wife and I have been going to see Dr. Jeff on and off for the past 3 years and we can't say enough good things about him. He is friendly, professional and we always feel amazing when we leave the office! We both highly recommend him as a chiropractor."
    Jim L. / London, ON

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