What we stand for

Evidence Based

Chiropractic education is based on available evidence. We pride ourselves in always keeping up to date, and applying the evidence through our chiropractic treatment.

People Centered

At Lynnwood Chiropractic, we endeavour to create a caring environment for our patients. We understand that you may be pain, or uncertain of a solution, and we are here to assist you on your journey to live your best, pain-free life. Our focus is on you – the patient.

Interprofessional Collaboration

In some situations, your treatment plan may require input from other health care professionals. You will be guided as to the best possible care, which will result in the best outcome for your condition. You are the centre of our approach.

Lynnwood Chiropractic is proud to align with the principles of the World Federation of Chiropractic

  1. We envision a world where people of all ages, in all countries, can access the benefits of chiropractic.
  2. We are driven by our mission to advance awareness, utilization and integration of chiropractic internationally.
  3. We believe that science and research should inform care and policy decisions and support calls for wider access to chiropractic.
  4. We maintain that chiropractic extends beyond the care of patients to the promotion of better health and the wellbeing of our communities.
  5. We champion the rights of chiropractors to practice according to their training and expertise.
  6. We promote evidence-based practice: integrating individual clinical expertise, the best available evidence from clinical research, and the values and preferences of patients.
  7. We are committed to supporting our member national associations through advocacy and sharing best practices for the benefit of patients and society.
  8. We acknowledge the role of chiropractic care, including the chiropractic adjustment, to enhance function, improve mobility, relieve pain and optimize wellbeing.
  9. We support research that investigates the methods, mechanisms, and outcomes of chiropractic care for the benefit of patients, and the translation of research outcomes into clinical practice.
  10. We believe that chiropractors are important members of a patient’s healthcare team and that interprofessional approaches best facilitate optimum outcomes.
  11. We believe that chiropractors should be responsible public health advocates to improve the wellbeing of the communities they serve.
  12. We celebrate individual and professional diversity and equality of opportunity and represent these values throughout our Board and committees.
  13. We believe that patients have a fundamental right to ethical, professional care and the protection of enforceable regulation in upholding good conduct and practice.
  14. We serve the global profession by promoting collaboration between and amongst organizations and individuals who support the vision, mission, values and objectives of the WFC.
  15. We support high standards of chiropractic education that empower graduates to serve their patients and communities as high value, trusted health professionals.
  16. We believe in nurturing, supporting, mentoring and empowering students and early career chiropractors.
  17. We are committed to the delivery of congresses and events that inspire, challenge, educate, inform and grow the profession through respectful discourse and positive professional development.
  18. We believe in continuously improving our understanding of the biomechanical, neurophysiological, psychosocial and general health effects of chiropractic care.
  19. We advocate for public statements and claims of effectiveness for chiropractic care that are honest, legal, decent and truthful.
  20. We commit to an EPIC future for chiropractic: evidence-based, people-centered, interprofessional and collaborative.

Dr Kendrah Da Silva


Dr Kendrah Da Silva is currently serving her third term as the president of the Chiropractic Association of South Africa (CASA), the largest national chiropractic association on the African continent.
She became involved with the Association shortly after graduation, and has been involved with CASA in some capacity for over a quarter of a century, including as a CASA council member since 2000.
During her tenure with the association, she developed expertise in South African health coding systems and was a contributor to the WFC’s submission to the global consultation on ICD-11.
As an experienced leader, she represents a region that is no stranger to health care challenges, with many countries seriously under-served and a shortage of chiropractors to meet the need for spine care and disability prevention.
She has represented the association internationally and nationally on many forums, currently involved in the NHI implementation and the national vaccine rollout. She was instrumental in the presentation to the Health Market Inquiry, to highlight barriers of entry to healthcare in SA. She is also in private practice in Midrand, South Africa.
Currently she serves on the Public Health Committee of the WFC, and was elected onto the WFC council for the African region in 2019, and as the vice-president of WFC in 2021.
She has presented on various platforms including at the WFC congress, national congress, ACF congress, Health Inquiry commission and WCCS to name a few!
Kendrah is a part-time lecturer on the chiropractic program at the university of Johannesburg, where she teaches clinical chiropractic to the fifth year students. She has been a leading voice in successive World Spine Days, inspiring activities to highlight the importance of spine health and disability prevention.

Dr Chris Neethling


Dr. Chris Neethling graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic (USA) and completed post graduate training from North Western University (USA) in the management of sports injuries.
He served on the council of the Chiropractic Association of South Africa and was President of the Association from 1997 to 2000. He also served as Africa representative on the World Federation of Chiropractic for 7 years until 2004.
Until recently Dr. Neethling was a clinician at the Chiropractic Day Clinic at the University of Johannesburg, which provided him with good insight and understanding of a wide variety of health problems that face Chiropractors.
These experiences have enhanced his love for the profession and appreciation of the sometimes-amazing results of spinal manipulation.


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No 80
Lynnburn Road
Lynnwood Manor

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Dr Kendrah Da Silva

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