Dr. Amber Eckel
Dr. Amber Eckel is a Chiropractor and co-owner of AIM. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan, before pursuing a 4-year Doctorate program in Chiropractic. She then graduated as Valedictorian of the centennial class of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences. Upon graduation she also received the Dr. Lester McCoy Clinical Excellence award.
Dr. Eckel has practiced in a variety of multidiscilinary clinics, chiropractic mission trips, as well as numerous athletic events gaining invaluable experience while furthering her passion for health and wellness. She has attended seminars all over the world to expand her knowledge in chiropractic philosophy and principles, pediatric wellness, nutritional healing, postural retraining, and sports therapy. She holds certifcations in Active Release Technique ® and Kinesiotape ®. She is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and certified in Webster Technique ®.
Dr. Eckel strongly believes that in order for individuals to express their true health potential they must live congruent to their environment, thus emphasizing a true chiropractic lifestyle to each of her patients. As a cancer survivor herself, the importance of preventative care and healthy living is extremely important. Therefore she focuses on educating her patients on how they eat, move and think- because she feels this will make the biggest impact on the patients health, healing and recovery. She believes that maintenance of health is far superior to the treatment and diagnosis of disease, therefore there is no better time to start your chiropractic journey than now. From newborns to the aging, the recreational to the Olympic athlete, she encourages her patients to get their spine “checked” regularly. Her ultimate goal is for her patients take back their health and live to be 100 years old on purpose.
Dr. Eckel strives to be a role model for her patients and community. In her spare time, she volunteers at many local community events, and enjoys being active in such sports as cycling, running, hiking, snowboarding, and CrossFit. She is also a current adjunct faculty member at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine where she teaches Anatomy and Physical Medicine classes. From 2012-2018, she taught and helped develop the core curriculum at Vancouver Career College’s Registered Massage Therapy Program.
She looks forward to helping you achieve peak health so that you can live your best life!