Dr. Shaila’s chiropractic journey began in high school where she developed a keen interest in neurology and health care. From this time, she has observed and participated in many neurosurgical operations and clinics and has been published in the Journal of Surgical Neurology.
Completing her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2011, she was the recipient of the Vern Welsh Memorial Award for excellence in Radiology. Previously, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree, specializing in the fields of Botany and Histology. Dr. Callaghan has taught adjusting technique at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and loves instilling knowledge and confidence to the future generations of chiropractors!
Dr. Shaila creates individualized treatments for her patients, guaranteeing a high quality of care specific to your unique health needs. She has a special interest in the chiropractic care of children, and enjoys educating her patients in all aspects of health and wellness.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Callaghan maintains a healthy and active lifestyle which she integrates into her daily practice. She enjoys boating, fishing and loves to exercise and explore her surroundings! Ask how Dr. Shaila can help you to live better, enjoy the activities you love and explore the passions you have for a lifetime!
Clinic Information: Vita Integrative Health Clinic, 1560 Yonge Street (at St. Clair), (416) 962-2000 for bookings and information.
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