dr. troy shore
Dr. Shore graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1991 and began practicing in Toronto. In 1995, he had an opportunity to practice in Mexico City, where he worked in conjunction with other medical practitioners and gained a wealth of experience and knowledge treating an array of musculoskeletal disorders, pain conditions, sports injuries and general health concerns. In 1997, Dr. Shore and his family moved back to British Columbia and settled in Armstrong, where he continues to practice.
Dr. Shore is passionate about the chiropractic profession and believes in a holistic approach to health. He focuses on determining the underlying cause of injury to prevent re-occurrence and to achieve optimal body functioning. He is committed to providing care that is evidence-based and tailored to each patient’s needs. He continually takes post-graduate courses to obtain and maintain up-to-date knowledge of current research and treatment techniques.
As a practicing martial artist and dirt biking enthusiast, Dr. Shore is a strong proponent of a healthy lifestyle through preventative health care, exercise and good nutrition.
Collaboration with other healthcare providers can enhance the accessibility, delivery, and continuity of patient care. Reducing barriers to care via collaboration ensures that patients get the right care at the right time by the right provider. The healthcare landscape is changing and chiropractors are often working in various interprofessional environments as a member of the healthcare “team”. In fact, some chiropractors work in hospital settings, family health teams, community healthcare centres, and private integrated practice.
Healthcare teams, comprising of a group of professionals, can improve the quality of patient care and safety while reducing overall workload on individual providers. Chiropractors work complementarily with other healthcare providers, including (but not limited to): medical doctors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, naturopathic doctors, social workers, psychologists, nurses, dentists, dieticians etc. Partnering with other healthcare professionals can build a strong network of resources that will benefit patients in the long term.
Each health discipline brings a unique perspective to the healthcare team and can improve the patient experience and satisfaction. By partnering with other healthcare providers to tackle chronic and complex conditions, professionals are able to address physical, psychological and social needs of patients, and provide better coordination of care. Optimizing care through referral networks or collaborative teams allows practitioners to help mitigate the burden of chronic conditions and comorbidities.
Canadian Chiropractic Association. (2017). Partnering with Other Healthcare providers. Retrieved from