Workers Compensation Board

What is WCB?

WCB (Workers Compensation Board) is a classification of patients that were involved in a work related accident and as a result are seeking treatment for the injuries sustained.

How do I start my WCB Claim?

Here are the steps to opening a WCB claim:

Step one: Report your injury to your employer within the first 72 hours.

Step two: Book an appointment with our WCB approved chiropractor. This will be reported to WCB within 48 hours.

Step three: Tell WCB. You will need to complete a report of injury form. You can get this form from your employer or at any WCB office.

What am I entitled to?

This will be dependent on the severity and nature of your injury. The number of treatments you are approved for are dependent on your treatment plan. Your practitioner will provide you and WCB with a specified treatment plan after your first WCB assessment.



Dr. Chris Hildebrandt

Dr. Hildebrandt enjoyed hockey, biking and snowboarding while growing up in Calgary. His aggressive participation in these activities led him to appreciate the benefits of chiropractic care which drove his pursuit of related training.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Calgary he moved to Portland Oregon where he graduated Summa Cum Laude from Chiropractic studies at the University of Western States (UWS). Through additional studies he also achieved a Masters of Science in Sports Medicine from UWS. The Sports Medicine program provided the opportunity to work extensively with athletes of all ages in a variety of sports.

Dr. Hildebrandt’s strives to provide his patients with the highest quality of care which will lead to health and performance improvements and to a higher quality of life. To achieve these objectives, he continues to develop his professional skills. He has received further training through the Motion Palpation Institute as well as Complete Concussion Management (CCMI), and is certified in Active Release Technique(ART). He blends a combination of chiropractic manipulation, instrument assisted soft tissue therapy and ART to develop a treatment plan that will enable his patients to return to the level of activity that they desire.

During his spare time Dr. Hildebrandt continues to enjoy a variety of sporting activities. He is also an accomplished glider pilot and has experienced the joy of soaring with eagles in the mountains of B.C.