Staff

Dr. Kent Ferguson, D.C.

Dr. Kent Ferguson graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1999. He obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 2003. His practice is dedicated to helping patients understand that health is more than how you feel and that wellness is a process of education and action. Using these principles, Dr. Ferguson is able to help his patients make long-lasting improvements to their health and well-being.

Dr. Phillips Ly, D.C.

Dr. Phillips Ly was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He graduated from Archbishop O'Leary high school. Following high school, Dr. Phillips went on to get his bachelor of science at the University of Alberta in 2006. He then enrolled in Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas Texas. Dr. Ly found that chiropractic was the right career for him and he excelled in his studies and graduated with honours in August 2009 and has been practicing since July 2010. Dr. Phillips has been working in the customer service industry for over half his life in many different jobs and has always loved working with people. He looks forward to educating as many as possible on health and wellness so that they may live a long healthy life.

Harry Wojdak, RMT

Harry graduated from Continuing Education's Massage Therapy Course in 1999. Harry's primary focus is on deep tissue massage therapy, and treatment of soft tissue stress, repetitive strain, motor vehicle and sports injuries. He also specializes in client education, teaching flexibility and muscle re-education exercises. Harry's experience has led him to work with the World Track and Field Competition, U 19 Women's Canadian National Soccer Team, Edmonton Eskimos and many local Edmonton running and sport competitions as well. He has a tremendous amount of experience treating a wide and diverse clientele including pre and post natal clients. Harry enjoys fitness and family, and is also an active musician in the community as well.

Alexei Oleinikov

Alexei is an experienced massage therapist who originally trained at CCMH in Toronto.He has a passion for providing massage focused on stress and tension relief. He believes, when the mind is rested we can improve every aspect of our lives Alexei has worked in various settings including spa's, rehabilitation centers and chiropractic clinics. His approach to massage is to always listen to the client and then listen with his hands when working on the body. He understands that every client is different. Alexei utilizes a variety of Swedish techniques along with other techniques to provide a unique treatment for each client. Alexei offers:
  • advanced therapeutic massage (according to your conditions)
  • sports massage, PNF, joint mobilizations
  • meridian hot stone massage therapy
  • pre/post natal treatments
  • myofascial release
  • lymphatic drainage
  • trigger point therapy
  • hydrotherapy
  • aromatherapy
  • luxurious relaxation massage,
  • antistress treatment
   

Pearl Mertins – Wiens

Pearl graduated from Macewan University in 2015 with a diploma in Massage Therapy. Through university, she received training in many different fields including: Relaxation Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Prenatal and Infant Massage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Hydrotherapy, Manual Lymph Drainage, Sports Massage, Joint Mobilizations and basic exercise and rehabilitation protocol. Pearl grew up in a small town in the country, south of Camrose. After attending cross country provincials in her senior year of high school, she aspired to be in sports medicine and help people recover from common injuries that she, and others alike had faced during training and exercising such as: plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and Achilles tendonitis. In addition, Pearl has experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents such as whiplash. Pearl believes that taking care of your body is the greatest gift you can give yourself, and helps clients relieve themselves of the stress and aches and pains that we get in everyday life. When she isn’t working, Pearl loves long-distance running, weightlifting, and spending time with her family, along with her cats, Pheonix and Waffles.

Tamara Gervais, TCM, R.Ac

In 2009 Tamara graduated from the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) program at Reeves College in Edmonton, Alberta. Tamara's experience includes all modalities of TCM including:
  • Cupping
  • Tui-Na (Chinese massage)
  • Guisha
  • Electro-acupuncture
Since graduating, Tamara has had extensive training in Cosmetic Acupuncture, Facial Rejuvenation and Acupuncture for weight loss. Tamara further developed her skill in Kelowna, B.C. where she studied Chakra Balancing using Acupuncture and TCM principles. Tamara specializes in Digestive Disorders, Female Health Issues, Insomnia, Depression and Pain Management. She has also spent time as a volunteer working with cancer patients through Chemotherapy and Radiation treatments. Tamara is passionate in creating harmony and balance to not only the physical body, but the spiritual body as well. In addition, Tamara is a certified Pilates Instructor and has been teaching since 2008. In her time off Tamara enjoys playing the piano, practicing yoga and spending time with her English Bull Dog, Maxwell.

Caylei Geddes, TCM, R.Ac

Caylei Geddes graduated from the Acupuncture program offered at Grant MacEwan University. She is trained to treat using several modalities including Electro Acupuncture, Tui Na massage, Gua Sha, and Cupping. Tui Na massage is Chinese massage used to move the muscle and increase blood flow to help heal and relax. Gua Sha is a massage technique using a piece of carved bone scraped against a muscle to gently break down adhesions and allow the muscle to properly heal. Cupping uses suction on a muscle to draw out old blood and lactic acid as well as to act physically on the muscle to encourage its release. Caylei completed additional education in facial needling. The course taught facial needling techniques for fighting wrinkles, fine lines, and drooping facial muscles as well as techniques for people who have suffered strokes or Bell’s palsy. Since graduating she has taken a special interest in treating musculoskeletal disorders, allergies, and fertility issues. She received training in fertility and IVF support through courses taught by Jane Lyttleton. She also focuses on stubborn pain issues such as headaches, migraines, pain following injuries such as motor vehicle accidents and sports injuries, plantar fascitis and tendonitis.

Siok Mooi Cheng, TCM, R.Ac

Siok Mooi (pronounced Sue May) is a musician, loves activity and the outdoors. If she’s not taking her morning 5 K run then she’s giving her dog love and attention. Siok Mooi has been involved in the health and wellness profession for over 15 years. She graduated from Grant MacEwan’a massage therapy program in 2000. Siok Mooi now focuses her attention on acupuncture, she completed her diploma at Grant MacEwan in 2013. She utilizes cupping, Gus sha, moxibustion, tui na, electro stimulation, bleeding, plum blossom needling, auricular therapy and TDP lamps in her treatments. Siok Mooi’s past work as a registered massage therapist gives her additional tools to address your joint and muscle concerns. Siok welcomes new patient looking for help dealing with muscle and joint pain; pregnancy (induction, breech presentation, gestational diabetes, nausea and sciatica due to pregnancy); assisting in weight loss including post partum weight loss

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