Dr. Anne Stacey is a Vancouver-based chiropractor who is originally from Nelson, BC, a small town nestled in the mountains of British Columbia.
After completing her Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Ontario, Dr. Stacey graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 2006, with a special focus on family health and wellness.
Since 2008, Dr. Stacey has called Vancouver her home and in 2016, she undertook the ownership of Eastpoint Natural Health, and is proud to treat families and individuals out of her own clinic, ensuring the highest quality of care.
Dr. Stacey understands that our ability to fully enjoy all aspects of our lives depends on our ability to move without pain. She also knows how devastating it is to be unable to participate in what you love the most because of pain, or the fear of pain.
Chiropractic care is designed to keep you moving and injury-free by restoring balance in your body. Dr. Stacey recognizes that we are all unique individuals and require different types of treatments. That is why she is certified and experienced in a variety of treatment techniques such as Activator Methods, Thompson Technique, Active Release Techniques and Webster Technique. She has also received specific training in providing care for children and expectant mothers through the ICPA. Dr. Stacey can also offer custom orthotics that are cast the highest quality, insurance approved materials and methodologies. Recently, she attended a course with the Center for Babywearing Studies, the first step in becoming a Certified Babywearing Consultant.
Dr. Stacey enjoys treating a very diverse patient base ranging from week-old babies to recreational athletes, and from pregnant women to the elderly and everyone in between! She focuses on many areas of chiropractic care, including prenatal and postnatal care, pediatric patients, acute and chronic pain, whiplash, and sport and work injuries. Dr. Stacey’s practice is both evidence based and patient centered, emphasizing personalized care for all her patients.