About Dr. Sarah Wild

I discovered the profession of chiropractic when I found relief for my chronic headaches after many years of trying different medications and therapies. Having been a patient myself, I can attest to how life changing chiropractic treatment can be. Prior to my chiropractic education, I earned my Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy with Distinction at the University of Alberta. As an Occupational Therapist, I practiced in Calgary, Alberta; Miami, Florida; and Toronto, Ontario; working in a variety of areas including ergonomic assessment, outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation, and long term care. I then completed my chiropractic degree, graduating Cum Laude and with Clinic Honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. I strongly believe in continuous education and training to keep up-to-date with best treatment methods available. As such, I have complimented my chiropractic training with courses in Active Release Techniques, Activator Methods, Graston Technique, and Mulligan Mobilization. I am also a Certified Medical Acupuncture Provider and a Certified Pre- and Post-Natal Fitness Specialist.  While I enjoy treating people of all ages and a variety of conditions, I have a special interest in pregnancy and post-pregnancy related conditions, pediatrics, as well as headaches and jaw pain.


I settled in Peterborough to be close to my family and I am so happy to call this wonderful community home. When I moved to Northern Manitoba from South Africa at 15 years old (+40C to -38C!), I had never heard of Peterborough! My education and career took me from Alberta to Florida and finally to Ontario, where I met my husband who was born and raised in Peterborough. My own family had moved to the Kawarthas just a few years earlier and so this city has been a perfect fit. My little girl, Hannah, was born in November, 2015, and I have been able to appreciate how important good health care and a great support system are. The resources in Peterborough for new families are outstanding, and I am so happy to be contributing to them. I am privileged to work with new families and hope that I positively influence the decisions they make about their personal health and the health of their young ones so that the next generation of children to have a vision of health and wellness that is beyond what we currently have. Away from the clinic, I enjoy going at Crossfit Ptbo, doing yoga, running, camping in the summertime, and trying new recipes. I also love spending time with our Bernese Mountain Dog pup, Lexi, out on the beautiful Peterborough trails.



Dr. Wild is a member in good standing with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Agency, the Ontario Chiropractic Association, and the Canadian Chiropractic Association.