About The Clinic

Bloor West Chiropractic clinic was established in 1996 and is known in the community as a place where patients enjoy a friendly, relaxed, and compassionate environment. Treatments are tailored to each patient and their individual condition. We use a combination of manual chiropractic adjustments (or Diversified adjustments), soft tissue therapy and modalities such as laser, acupuncture and electrical stimulation, to achieve optimal results.

Dr. Adrienne Kaminskyj

Dr. Adrienne Kaminskyj obtained a Bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University in 2005, and then graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2009. She has been running her private practice at Bloor West Village Chiropractic since 2010.

Dr. Adrienne has been interested in healthcare since childhood and knew that she wanted to be a chiropractor since highschool. Her involvement in athletics sparked an interest in the human body, how it moves and how it is able to recover and rehabilitate from injury. Dr. Adrienne loves working with people of various backgrounds and ages and genuinely cares for her patients and their health and wellbeing. She has a wide range of clinical interests from acute and sports injury management to symptomatic care from chronic conditions.

Outside of practice, Dr. Adrienne is an avid runner and maintains regular yoga practice. She loves cooking, gardening, traveling, spending time with her husband and family, and taking care of her two cats.

Dr. Tracey Tien

Dr. Tracey Tien obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science from McMaster University in 2015. She went on to graduate with honours from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2020 and was the recipient of the CCR Clinical Radiological Proficiency Award for that year. Dr. Tracey is also certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture.

Dr. Tracey is an evidence-based chiropractor, who focuses on providing individual treatment plans specific to the patient’s needs, lifestyle and goals. She is passionate about manual therapy and rehabilitation especially when it comes to the management of acute injury and chronic pain cases. Dr. Tracey has also participated in outreach events including providing treatment for motionball (a national non-profit organization that empowers young Canadians to be leaders in their communities while raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics).

Outside of practice, Dr. Tracey enjoys cycling, playing volleyball and softball. She has a passion for nutrition and trying new foods and loves spending quality time with her family and dog.