West Edmonton, born and raised, either outside or in hockey rinks was where I spent most of my days. A sports medicine class in high school was what sparked an interest in injuries and human biology, so I decided to pursue a degree in kinesiology (formerly physical education, BPE) at the University of Alberta with a concentration in Active living, Health and Well-Being.
I then moved away to complete my Doctorate of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. I balanced life by hiking and surfing away the weekends, while also serving on the executive team of the school’s sports council. This gave me exposure to treating a wide range of athletes, from weekend-warriors to professionals of various different sports.
On top of my traditional chiropractic training, I am trained in full-body Active Release Techniques (ART) and Selective Functional Movement Analysis (SFMA). This has influenced my treatment philosophy, which is to address the entire body and correct biomechanics and movement patterns so that people achieve more lasting results.
My practice has now grown to include a diverse range of patients, as my scope of various treatment options can accommodate many different conditions and preferences.
When not in the office, I can likely be found on the side of a mountain or river, catching fish, climbing rocks and enjoying the outdoors as much as possible. I also have 2 dogs now. They keep me busy.
- Doctor of Chiropractic
- Active Release Technique
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Ice Hockey
- Fly Fishing
- Rock Climbing
- Nordic Skiing