Our interdisciplinary team works collaboratively with patients and families to promote whole health.

We offer team consultations to ensure that your care is coordinated.

Our care includes wellness promotion, injury prevention, & rehabilitation.

We integrate a whole person approach to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.

Front Desk

Heide, Amber and Virginia

Our front desk team has years of experience in various innovative workplaces and health care settings. They bring their combined creativity, compassion and organizational skills in their role to care for our patients and families. 


Dr Bradley Kennedy, DC (Life Chiropractic College West, USA, 2002)

6250- _ Low Res

Bradley has training in NUCCA, Applied Kinesiology, lomilomi (Kumu Francine Dudoit) and massage therapy (Mount Royal University, 1993). He believes in promoting health for all ages and abilities. Bradley has years of experience in triathlon, including 3 Ironman competitions. He stays healthy by cooking, running, cycling, and spending time in the mountains with his family.


Dr Ken Abreu, DC (Palmer College of Chiropractic, 2010)

Ken specializes in NUCCA technique with additional expertise with a kinesiology degree and radiology technology experience. Ken leads an active life with his young family. He stays healthy hiking, golfing, snowboarding, and playing hockey.


Joyce Clark, PT, BScPT, MCPA, PgCpain, CCTT, Certified Cervical & Temporomandibular Therapist by the Physical Therapy Board of Craniofacial and Cervical Therapeutics (University of Alberta, 1983)

6326- _ Low Res

Joyce has training in biomechanics, gait analysis, cranial-sacral therapy, pain management, visceral manipulation, TMJ, and meditation & breathing techniques (see below- Integrative Health Approaches). She has international experience teaching biomechanics, burn, wound and amputee care with physiotherapy students in Bhutan. Joyce stays healthy by hiking, traveling, skiing, and meditating with her family.


Ursula Paikos PT, BScPT. Curtin University in Perth, Australia

Physiotherapist and Redcord Neurac Practitioner

Ursula is a compassionate physiotherapist with a hands-on approach to treatment and rehabilitation.  As an active person, she understands the impact that immobility and injury can have on a person’s physical and emotional well-being.  She finds great satisfaction in helping clients achieve their personal goals and improve their quality of life. Ursula uses manual mobilization and soft tissue techniques including Graston technique, Dry Needling, and the Neurac Redcord suspension system.


Carolyn Lindsey, PT, BScPT. McMaster University,

Carolyn has more than 20 years experience and skills as a physiotherapist. She combines manual therapy with other therapeutic modalities including dry needling (IMS), acupuncture and individual exercises to reduce pain, restore physical function and improve quality of life. Although Carolyn has treated people with a wide range of injuries and problems, she has a special interest in treating people with TMJ (temporomandibular) disorder, head/neck aches and people with more complex problems.


Malyne Sean, Interim PT, MScPT. HELB Brussels, Belgium, 2009

Malyne is a physiotherapist graduate from Belgium. She successfully transferred her physiotherapy degree to Canada and is in the process of becoming fully registered in Calgary. Malyne’s clinical interests are in manual therapy, sport injuries, neurological rehabilitation and geriatrics. She is planning to get her IMS certification this upcoming year. 


Angie Hill, RMT (Foothills College of Massage Therapy, 2004)

6224- _ Low Res

Angie has massage training in prenatal, cranial-sacral, hot stone, and raindrop therapy; she integrates training in visceral manipulation, TMJ, reflexology, myofascial release, and lomilomi (Kumu Francine Dudoit).  Angie has become certified as a Bowen Therapist and continues to learn more about this therapy. Angie keeps healthy by painting, camping, and hiking with her family.


Karen Barker, RMT (Northern Insititute of Massage, 1990)

300417- _ Low Res

Karen, a remedial massage therapist, has done post graduate work since 1991 with re-nowned French osteopath, Dr. Jean Pierre Barral.  She is now a teaching assistant for the Barral Institute.  Her knowledge of cranial-sacral, neural, vascular and visceral systems enhances physical and mental equilibrium. What makes her heart sing is cooking, the sunshine, Qi Gong, finding beauty in adversity and strength in quietness. We invite you to visit and experience her guided meditation series; “The Healing Within”, health blog; “Inspiring Health in the Human Spirit” and other projects.


Geoffrey Jemmott, RMT (Mount Royal University, 1996)

Geoffrey has been a Registered Massage Therapist for 20 years and incorporates a wide range of skills to his practice. Along with deep tissue, relaxation and Thai massage, he also blends his studies of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, CranioSacral Therapy and Active Isolated Stretching into his sessions. He has a table specifically designed to meet the needs of pregnant women.  Geoffrey enjoys designing programs which are tailored to the needs of his clients and emphasizes wellness based care.  His goal is to assist others, to use his skills to relieve pain, stress, and to help people help themselves.


Integrative Health Services

Our team has expertise in various integrative health approaches including the following:


Joyce Clark

As a physiotherapist, Joyce recognizes the benefits of integrating meditation to create and sustain an overall healthy way of being. She integrates meditation to her everyday life at home with family, and has enjoyed attending many meditation retreats with her husband and 3 sons. For more than 20 years, Joyce has regularly completed international training in various meditation techniques, including mindfulness.

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