Dr. Erik Klein, DC


Dr. Erik Klein is an award-winning published Chiropractor with almost 20 years experience both as a clinician and a thought-leader in the health sector. Dr. Klein founded Town Health Solutions out of his home basement in Hampton in 2004 and grew it to include eight clinics, and over 50 associates and staff serving Atlantic Canada.  Town Health Solutions is currently the largest locally-owned rehabilitation organization in Atlantic Canada, with goals to go national.

Dr. Erik’s passion is treating complicated health conditions that have failed elsewhere. His approach is utilizing traditional chiropractic care, rehab techniques and adding functional neurology, modifying how the brain perceives pain and alters how the body reacts to injury. Dr. Klein is the only advanced practitioner of P-DTR (manual functional neurology) in Atlantic Canada.

Don’t take his word for it, he was the very first rehabilitation professional to be named as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top 50 CEOs by Atlantic Business Magazine, having won four times (most recently in 2023), and he’s one of the top-rated doctors east of Montreal.

Athletes seek him out as well. Dr. Erik was a chiropractic consultant to Team Canada that won gold at the 2023 World Junior Hockey Championship held in Moncton and Halifax.  He has also treated athletes from the Olympic Games (Canada and Sierra Leone) to the recreational level. Organizations such as UNB Track and Field, St. Stephen Aces Junior A hockey, Minor football, and others rely on him to provide health support for their athletes on an ongoing basis. Further, he has served as the Director of Medical Services for the 2014 World Women’s Curling Championships. Dr. Klein’s style of practice is that of a problem solver, finding the ‘why’ in a person to establish long-term strategies toward achieving maximum health and function.

Ever the innovator, Dr. Klein looked to re-map how healthcare is delivered in New Brunswick and abroad both system-wide and in the clinic. For four years, Dr. Erik was a member of the Board of Directors of Horizon Health Network where he oversaw a $1.3 Billion budget, covering 13,000 public sector health workers, and 100 facilities. Dr. Klein has also published two scientific papers on cervical spine pathology, with a current paper on knee disorders forthcoming.

Other notable accomplishments include being the Canadian Chiropractic Associations 2016 Public Service Award winner, receiving the 2012 NBCA President’s Award, and finally, with partner Dr. Dan, an Atlantic finalist for the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

To stay in shape, Dr. Klein runs masters track and field and most recently won sprint gold medals at the recent Canadian Indoor track championships held in Saint John in March, 2022.  Dr. Klein is married to his beautiful wife Merab and has a daughter, Torunn. They reside in Hampton.

Publications by Dr. Erik Klein:

Pathological burst fracture in the cervical spine with negative red flags: a 12-year follow-up
Pathological burst fracture in the cervical spine with negative red flags: a case report

Dr. Erik Klein is certified or has formal education in:

-Brain Dissection; Carrick Institute, Orlando, Florida

-P-DTR  (functional neurology) Advanced level training; Washington & Toronto

– Neurokinetic Therapy level 1; New York, NY
– SFMA (Introductory and advanced); Newark, NJ & Ottawa, ON
– Performance Therapy Program; ALTIS, Phoenix, Arizona
– Concussion Management; Complete Concussion Management, Moncton, NB
– Barefoot Science, Montreal, Qc
– Acupuncture; AFCI, Halifax, NS & Winnipeg, MB