Dr. Ally Biniaris, DC
Born and raised in Thunder Bay, ON, Dr. Ally Biniaris is excited about moving back to serve her hometown community. Her journey with chiropractic care began at age 10, when her ballet instructor noticed her back had a pronounced spinal curve (scoliosis). She suggested seeing a local chiropractor to manage the progression and prevent it from worsening. Throughout adolescent years, Ally kept up with her regular chiropractic care and was determined to stay in competitive dance lessons and out of a restrictive back-brace.
Prior to becoming a licensed chiropractic physician, Ally graduated from Queen’s University with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She then went on to Northwestern Health Sciences University to earn her Doctor of Chiropractic degree graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Ally is an active member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) which provides advanced training for perinatal women and pediatric care.
Dr. Ally holds special certifications and training in therapies and techniques including:
- Webster Technique (pregnancy)
- Infant adjusting- Fascial Manipulation
- Concussion Management- Craniosacral Technique (CST)
- IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization)
Dr. Ally happily welcomes patients from all walks of life - whether it’s newborns, children, athletes, pregnant mamas, young adults or those a little further along. She uses evidence-based guidelines during treatment, manual and/or instrument-assisted techniques, therapeutic exercises, and patient education. Providing support and individualized care to help you achieve your health goals is her top priority. She is an advocate for inspiring and educating others to learn about their own health and well-being, utilizing her knowledge of chiropractic care in conjunction with other pillars of health: proper nutrition, sleep, physical activity, and mental health. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Ally enjoys spending time with her family & friends, being by the lake, trying new recipes or restaurants, traveling when time permits, and listening to podcasts.