Dr. Igor Steiman, MSc, DC, FCCS(C)

St. Michael’s Hospital

M 7:30 – 3:30, W 7:30 – 3:30, F 7:30 – 1:30

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Areas of Expertise (including any fellowships):

Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Sciences (Canada)

Clinical practice

Independent assessments and medicolegal consultations


Areas of Interest

     Spinal stenosis


      Thoracic fractures


Number of Years in Practice:

40 years 


Techniques Used in Private Practice



 “In what ways do you interact with other health professionals?”

I have trained and practised in various multi- and interdisciplinary settings.  When a chiropractor is included on a health care team, it's for her/his chiropractic clinical impression and management.  Other health professionals appreciate the benefits chiropractors can uniquely provide patients with neuromusculoskeletal problems as part of comprehensive patient-centred care.  I therefore strive to maintain their trust and respect by providing the most efficient and effective patient management I can.  As with any other relationship, efficient and effective communication is necessary among all involved health care providers (and patients).  Thus, whether in formal reporting or informal "corridor consultations," I try to engage in timely, accurate and efficient communication.  Being part of a team also means planning and working towards common team goals, so I get involved with relevant committees that I think I can offer something to.  With the confidence I've gained from years of study and practice, I also find I can interact effectively with other health care professionals at scientific and professional conferences.