A lifelong athlete, Jordan grew up playing hockey in Sherwood Park. Between his love for the sport and his skill, Jordan played Junior A hockey in BC and Wisconsin. But playing a contact sport like hockey often resulted in injuries and frequent visits to the chiropractor. Having benefited from regular chiropractic care from an early age, Jordan chose to pursue a career in chiropractic medicine and earned his doctorate at Western States University in Portland, OR.
Returning to Sherwood Park to build his own practice, Jordan’s approach focuses on treatment and prevention. Using an integrative approach that combines ART®, Graston Technique®, and Kinesio taping, Jordan quickly and effectively decreases his patients’ pain. As a husband and father of four, Jordan’s primary goal is to help his patients live their best life.
Like Jordan, Jesse grew up playing contact sports, but his first love was football. After playing high school football, Jesse joined the Canadian Junior Football League as a defensive lineman for the Edmonton Wildcats. During his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and rec management at the University of Manitoba, he also played for the Manitoba Bisons, the university team.
Throughout his athletic pursuits, Jesse developed a deep respect for chiropractic medicine and moved to San Jose to earn his doctorate at Palmer West with academic distinction. Certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), ART®, and Kinesio taping, Jesse’s functional approach to chiropractic care stresses the importance of biomechanical patterns and supporting structures of the skeleton.
Dr. Shayne is originally from Sherwood Park, Alberta. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2017 with distinction as Valedictorian, top of his class. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta in 2013 where he also played football for the Golden Bears. Dr. Shayne takes a very functional approach to his practice to treat issues of the spine and the extremities in all populations. Dr. Shayne stresses functional movement and biomechanical correction.
He utilizes a wide variety of techniques such as high and low velocity, drop table and instrument-assisted adjustments as well as active muscle/trigger point release and corrective exercise prescription. As a lifetime athlete and having competed at high levels in both football and hockey, he takes a special interest in sports and performance. He has treated top-level strength athletes and weightlifters with his functional approach. During his studies, he completed courses in McKenzie Method mechanical therapy, DNS exercise, and Motion Palpation.
April graduated from Makami College with 3000 hours. She is very passionate about helping people on their healing journey. Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial cupping and pregnancy massage are some of her comfort levels. She specializes in but is not limited to deep tissue technique.
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