When there is a game or sporting event on, he has to watch. It is impressive to see someone master a shot, stroke, dive etc. It takes a great deal of skill and dedication to do this. Athletic competition is what drew Dr. Ferguson to health care in the first place. Dr. Ferguson particularly likes to play basketball. During one of his high school basketball seasons he began to experience ankle and foot pain. His injury prevented him from participating with his team’s games and practices. It kept him from doing something he loved to do. This experience gave Dr. Ferguson a pretty good idea of what he wanted to do in life. He wanted to help people continue to do the activities or sports which they loved for as long as they wanted. For some this means participating in team sports or individual sports. For other this means gardening or enjoying their children and grandchildren. Dr. Ferguson saw that a healthy and properly functioning body is the only way to achieve this goal. Knowing this Dr. Ferguson focused his education to gain the knowledge necessary to help him help others. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Manitoba and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic. In order for any person to be healthy they must control their physical, chemical and emotional stresses. This means maintaining posture, reducing repetitive stress, paying attention to what they eat, supplementing appropriately and finding a way to manage responsibilities. Dr. Ferguson’s practice is wellness oriented, helping his patients prevent injury by maintaining their health through sound chiropractic principles.
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.
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
- luxurious relaxation massage,
- antistress treatment
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.
Chandelle grew up dancing competitively. Her huge passion for dance led her to become a teacher, where she taught many different styles of dance, as well as yoga & vaulting. Teaching approx. 25-30 classes a week, Chandelle wanted to increase her knowledge on how the body moves and functions. She then decided to take the Massage Therapy course, where she graduated with honors. She has been working at a home-base business for the last year, and has just recently moved to Edmonton where she will continue doing massage, and teaching yoga. Chandelle has a passion for helping people to understand their body to prevent injuries, as well as finding solutions to release hypertonic muscles through massage. Her goal as a RMT is to help everyone function pain free and to the best of their ability!
During her free time, Chandelle loves to go horseback riding, circus training,
and watching her brother compete with the Canadian Olympic Skeleton team.
Lauren completed her bachelor of science degree at the UofA in 2014 and after personally experiencing the benefits of Chinese medicine she enrolled in the Acupuncture program at Grant Macewan university. She received her R. Ac (registered acupuncturist) designation in March of 2017. Lauren utilizes a combination of acupuncture, tui na (Chinese massage), cupping, moxabustion and Gua sha in her practice. She is also certified in the NADA detox protocol. Lauren has a special interest in sports injury and musculoskeletal dysfunction, as well as anxiety and stress management. In her free time Lauren enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and coaching gymnastics. She has a passion for TCM and healthcare and looks forward to helping others improve their quality of life
Meg embraces a holistic approach to nutrition coaching, offering support and guidance to help clients balance their diet, nourish their health and achieve specified goals. She weaves together the science of nutrition and the art of nourishment in a unique and practical way. Food, nutrition and wellness have been her passion and purpose for decades. She feels privileged to have the opportunity to grow life giving food, create wholesome meals, share nourishing food and celebrate healthy eating for a living. Meg’s mission as a registered dietitian and nutrition coach is twofold. First is to enlighten others about the power of food and nutrition in health and healing. Second, to inspire others to eat more mindfully, taking genuine care to nourish and respect their body, mind and soul. Meg received a Bachelor’s Degree in Home Economics/Dietetics from Valparaiso University, Indiana, and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle. She is currently licensed with The College of Dietitians of Alberta. She complements her nutrition coaching practice cooking at a local retreat centre, preparing meals and nourishing guests. When she is not focusing on the nutritional well-being of her clients, guests and family, she enjoys biking, swimming, traveling, reading, writing, ice skating and celebrating time with friends.
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