Dr. Myles Wardrope


Dr. Myles Wardrope is excited to be working in the beautiful town of Milton. He has a passion for pain science, in particular, pain rooted in the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. These systems consist of joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and your spine.

If you find that you have had an increase or a new occurrence of pain from working at home or the office, manual labour, daily activities that you once enjoyed, or even past pain that continues to linger, an initial visit with Dr. Wardrope can help you understand what chiropractic care can do for you.

Dr. Wardrope treats using a combination of spinal manipulative therapy, soft tissue therapy, exercises to promote strength and mobility, stretches, education, nutritional evaluation, ergonomic review, and thumper assisted vibration. This provides a holistic, well-rounded, patient centered approach to your chiropractic care.

Dr. Wardrope is currently residing in Ancaster and in his spare time he enjoys hiking, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, wake surfing and boarding, skiing, weightlifting, meditational exercises, and preparing the odd culinary dish. He is always seeking out new foods to try and hikes to explore the sights that Ontario has to offer. In addition, he was a competitive swimmer for 8 years and practiced Brazilian jiujitsu for 2 years.


Prior to completing his chiropractic education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph with a major in Human Kinetics and a minor in Family and Child Studies. It was in his 4th year that he was introduced to chiropractic by a professor who was also a chiropractor. This inspired him to pursue the profession and become equipped to help his patients manage their spinal health and musculoskeletal conditions. In particular, he has learned about the importance of a biopsychosocial approach to pain management.


A pro-active approach to health, rehabilitation and musculoskeletal fitness

A pro-active approach to health, rehabilitation and musculoskeletal fitness