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Dr. Scott Kinnon


My path to running Lifestyle Health Centre in Langley and becoming a chiropractor began with a passion for sporting activities interrupted by back pain and other health issues.  After searching for help and experiencing little change I was eventually introduced to a health care practice that was comprehensive and absolute. It was Chiropractic.  I was amazed at the results achieved thru simple, logistic, synergistic steps. My issues resolved quickly and a foundation for true health set.

Regular chiropractic care in Langley continued to be the foundation for my personal health program.  The holistic approach was very impressive and has become my passion and my health philosophy. I wanted to become a chiropractor.

I spent some time at Simon Fraser University and soon thereafter enrolled in Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. Graduating in 2000 and inspired to bring a natural model of health care and healing back home, I founded Lifestyle Health Centre in Langley.  Our office is health driven and clinically based and we strive to inform, teach and utilize the latest technology and cutting edge diagnostics. Our goal is to inspire an active lifestyle, proper nutrition and spinal function just as we are inspired by our patients daily health changing experiences as they adopt the chiropractic lifestyle.

Outside of my Langley Chiropractic Health Centre I can't go without a mountain bike ride on the North Shore hill, a game of hockey or a crossfit workout. Travelling and relaxing with my wife is a passion as is watching my son Leyton and daughter Piper grow up and experience life's adventures.

I believe better health is a way of life. We empower the patients to achieve life's maximum health potential through proper nutrition, active lifestyle choices and chiropractic spinal care.

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8:00 am-6:00 pm


8:30 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-3:00 pm


8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm







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