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Welcome to Zavitz Family Chiropractic!

Our goal is to work along side each patient giving them hope in their God given ability to heal and be healthy. We want to create long lasting relationships with our patients to impact their health and their family’s health over their lifetime.

We welcome families from all walks of life from infancy through adulthood. You don’t necessarily have to be in pain to be a patient in our clinic you may simply have the desire to live a healthy active lifestyle for a lifetime, living your life to your fullest potential. Our office is equipped to help you, whether you are in pain or looking to stay healthy.
welcome-to-zavitz-family-chiropracticDr. Zavitz has over 22 years of experience taking care of newborns, pregnant women, young children, adults and seniors. We want to be your coach in your health care decision, giving you the information you need to make informed decisions about your health care. On your first visit we will go through a comprehensive consultation, we will listen to you, discuss you health problems, and give a through examination. Our goal moving forward, is not only to make you feel better, but to find and eliminate the underlying cause of your problem.

After your first visit Dr. Zavitz will take the time to analyze your history, and examination findings, and then invite you back for a detailed report of his findings visit, where you will receive a written summary of your results, details of his recommendations for care, and goals for your recovery and maintenance of health. Then, the decision to start care at Zavitz Family Chiropractic rests in your hands, if you think you are a good fit for our office, we would love to help you.

Get started today, call us or email us to schedule your initial consultation and exam and we would be happy to help you achieve an active, healthy lifestyle through chiropractic care.

Dr. Terry Zavitz | Guelph Chiropractor
(519) 823-0360



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Office Hours

Office Hours


7:15 am-10:00 am

3:00 pm-6:00 pm




7:15 am-10:00 am

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


3:00 pm-6:00 pm


7:15 am-10:00 am





Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Terry Zavitz
    I was always sick as a child. I had ear infections on a regular basis. I was on regular “preventative antibiotics” and would get high spiking fevers, convulsions and seizures. I had ear tube surgery at a very young age and still continued to have recurrent ear infections.; I would “catch whatever was going around”.
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Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "I had chronic sacral-iliac pain, shoulder discomfort and poor posture. I now have no sacral-iliac pain and my shoulder discomfort has also healed. I feel my spine is flexible, healthy and the rest of my body feels open and responsive to treatment and healing."
    Claudia B.
  • "The most noticeable change immediately was my hearing. I had to pop my ears daily so as to hear better, I do not have to do that anymore. My daughter is under chiropractic care as well and we are both enthusiastic about our results!"
    Pat O.
  • "What others say about chiropractic care can help you make the right health care choice. Review a selection of Zavitz Family Chiropractic patient testimonials below and please contact the office if you have any questions.
    Yours In Health,"
  • "I came in with pain in my right shoulder, and down my arm. I was medically diagnosed with carpel tunnel. I went to a consultation with my husband & asked if chiropractic care could help me. The response was Yes, so I started care as well. I no longer have any trouble sitting at work using the computer all day; carrying & lifting groceries is much easier since I started chiropractic care. I seem to have more energy again. Even when I have a cold & take chiropractic treatments, it helps. I am once"
    MARY F.
  • "About 10 years ago I was diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia. Let me tell you, it is very painful! Medication took the pain away, but not permanently. Whenever I thought possible I would gradually wean myself off of the meds because I hated the side affects. The last time I took the medication was in 2008. When I had again weaned myself off of the medication I vowed I would never take them again. Fast forward to two years ago when I again began experiencing debilitating pain in my face and head."

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