At her centrally located office in Cornwall’s Original Mile Square, she offers her patients a variety of chiropractic treatment options, ranging from Diversified Technique to Thompson Technique to the newer Koren Specific Technique (KST).
Dr. Samson is the only Cornwall chiropractic offering KST, a technique devised by Dr. Tedd Koren.
In Dr. Koren’s own words: .
“In late Fall 2003, while experimenting, I “accidentally” happened upon a phenomenal technique. I started using it on my most difficult patient: myself. Then my other difficult patients: my family, then other chiropractors and their families. These were all people who were adjusted for many years, perhaps hundreds of times with different techniques, and many still had problems. I got phenomenal results. Doctors kept telling me “This is the best adjustment I ever had in my life.”
For anyone who has tried chiropractic, but not experienced quite the desired results, it is well worth looking into. Cornwall Free News own Don Smith found that with KST his treatments hold twice as long compared to other techniques.
Dr. Samson certainly does her part to give back to the community. She has delivered workplace presentations at places such as the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, Ontario Power Generation (the local power dam), Lalonde Insurance and Lincien College. Public presentations have been offered at the Cornwall Public Library. The Cornwall and District Horticultural Society benefited from a talk on gardening and minimizing low back pain. Employers such as SCM and Domtar have invited her to participate in their annual Health and Safety Days.
Besides the more obvious conditions such as back pain and whip lash, many conditions are known to respond positively to chiropractic treatment. Dr. Samson was granted a Fellowship with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and treats children for such conditions as chronic ear infections, colic, birth trauma, and asthma. Some of the more common ailments that her adult patients present with include heartburn, constipation, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, neck and back pain, headaches, and migraines.
In April of 2008, she obtained certification in animal chiropractic care. On Tuesdays, small animals are treated at her Williamstown location. Horses are also treated by appointment at her Williamstown site and stable calls are available. Dr. Nat has been a guest presenter to the Cornwall Kennel Club. Conditions that animal chiropractic may help include improving performance for the athletic or competitive animal, balance problems, incontinence and injuries.
Why not call her office today! 613-933-1300 for human patients; 613-571-6342 if you`re calling on behalf of our four-legged friends.