Meet The Doctors

About the Dr ClaytonDr. Clayton Roach

has been in chiropractic practice since 2005. He graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri with honors and decided to come back home to serve the people of Nova Scotia. Originally from Cheticamp in Cape Breton, Dr. Clayton Roach is bilingual. His focus is on educating his patients about chiropractic and their health in general while solidifying the facts and clearing the myths. This leads to an environment that is conducive to healing and feeling better. He looks forward to meeting you and making your chiropractic experience one that you will value and be grateful for for the rest of your life.



  • Chiropractor of the Year 2010
  • Outstanding Achievement Award 2014


Dr Ben Boudreau

is a highly motivated individual who has a unique passion for leading exciting chiropractic experiences to Nova Scotians. A Frenchman from Cape Breton, he completed his Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at Saint Francis Xavier University. While at St.FX, Dr. Boudreau was selected into a competitive student athletic therapy program and tutored in anatomy and exercise physiology. He was then accepted into the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic in 2020. Dr. Ben was selected for CMCC’s Chiropractic Treatment Outreach to the Dominican Republic based on his caring nature, integrity and strong-willed character.

While at CMCC, Dr. Boudreau was an anatomy lab supervisor and chiropractic intern. He learned in anatomy that it’s important to appreciate all facets of motion and follow any obstructions to its main sources. Dr. Boudreau believes the benefits of greater joint mobility and functionality provide an enhanced environment for healing that stretches far beyond the treatment of pain.

Dr. Ben is a member of the Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors as well as the Canadian Chiropractic Association and believes if we’re properly aligned, we all have what it takes to reach a pain-free lifestyle.