We’re a team of chiropractors and massage therapists based on Edmonton’s Whyte Ave who are obsessed with helping you meet your goals. Get to know us a bit before dropping by.
Dr. Danielle Pickering is an experienced chiropractor who uses chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue treatments and exercise rehabilitation to help her patients achieve their goals. When she’s not in the clinic, you’ll find her running, at a spin class, doing yoga or anything outside with her dog Gus.
Dr. Taylor Jacula is a chiropractor who graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Western States (UWS) in Portland, Oregon. While at UWS, Taylor learned all kinds of treatment techniques, including chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue manipulation and exercise prescription.
Dr. Madisson Vande Vyvere is a chiropractor who graduated from the University of Western States with her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Madisson uses a wide variety of manual therapies and active care strategies to give her patients the best care possible and help them achieve their goals.
Cheyenne graduated from the massage program at MacEwan University in 2018. Cheyenne continued her education and enrolled in the Acupuncture program. She has been trained in various massage techniques such as Swedish/relaxation, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point release and sports massage. Cheyenne’s goal is to enhances one’s well being by improving mobility, reducing pain and decreasing stress.
Dr. Michelle Phillips is a Doctor of Acupuncture, Registered Acupuncturist and a Registered Herbalist. She has also completed a Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Michelle has her Master’s of Science in Human Genetics, which she still uses this education as part of her Acupuncture practice. Michelle has been practicing Acupuncture for over 12 years.
Caitlin graduated from the University of Windsor in 2015 with her Bachelor of Honours Kinesiology – Movement Science. Caitlin is a Kinesiologist that specializes in preventative movement patters, injury rehabilitation and personal modification to training. She has been working in her profession for the past 7 years and has continued her education looking for new methods to help the human body perform more efficiently.