Originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Dr. Mintz has been the Clinic Director/Chiropractor at Douglas Square Chiropractic since 2000. He has been practicing chiropractic since 1999 and is a certified Active Release Techniques (ART) provider as well as a certified Graston and Shockwave provider. Although he has had experience treating football players in the CFL and hockey players in the AJHL, the vast majority of people he treats are everyday folks like you in the local community.
As a chiropractor, Dr. Mintz treats a lot of neck and back pain, but he also has a keen interest in treating problems in the shoulders, arms and legs that result from sports injuries or repetitive motion activities. In his treatment plan, Dr. Mintz takes into account how not only the bones of the spine are moving, but also how the muscles that control them may be contributing to the problem.
When he’s not in the office he enjoys mountain biking and snowboarding in the Kootenays.
Dr. Lindsay AlcockDC, BKin - Chiropractor
Dr. Lindsay Alcock was born and raised in Calgary and graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from the University of Calgary. She competed in the 2002 and 2006 Olympic Winter Games for Canada in the daring, head-first sliding sport of Skeleton. In 2004, she was ranked No.1 in the world overall and captured the silver medal at the World Championships. It was during her ten years of high-performance sport when Dr. Alcock became inspired to help others reach their health and wellness goals.
She graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in June 2013 with valedictorian honors.
Meghan ZangbellR.M.T. - Massage Therapist
Meghan began her training as a massage therapist in London, England. After spending 7 years abroad she could no longer ignore her cravings for fresh air and open spaces. She returned to Canada in 2006 to finish her training at The Foothills College of Massage Therapy in Calgary.
Since becoming a registered practitioner Meghan has worked at a sport therapy clinic in Calgary, Canmore and for the past 2 winters has worked in the the Badshot Range of the Selkirks with the heli-ski company CMH . Whether it be for injury treatment, pre/post natal care or just to decrease stress, she recognizes the benefits of massage and believes it should be a part of everyones’ health care routine.
Cheryl is a graduate with honors from Makami College, she is also a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) through ACOLS (Vodder training) and is registered with the Alberta Lymphedema Association. She also has a degree from the University of Waterloo in Psychology. Cheryl has trained with the Chikly Health Institute in Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (LDT) levels 1 & 2. Lymphatic drainage is a gentle hands on manual treatment that stimulates the movement of lymph fluid, it can help with pre/post surgery edema (swelling), boost the immune system and much more. Cheryl can also treat TMJ (jaw issues), deep tissue, cupping and relaxation.
For fun Cheryl enjoys hiking, weight lifting, walking her dog and spending time with family and friends.
Christine RevoyR.M.T. - Massage Therapist
Christine graduated from Mount Royal’s 1100 hr Massage Therapy Certificate program in May 2010. She has spent the following years providing massage in Calgary. In 2015, Christine completed NHPC’s CEE (Competency Equivalence Exam-2200hrs). Christine has most of her experience in deep tissue therapy and relaxation massage. She has had further education in Hot & Cold Stone massage, and she is also an infant massage instructor, with a special interest in prenatal massage.
Christine enjoys an active lifestyle walking, biking and exercising regularly. Along with this, she strives to receive massages for herself, as well as chiropractic care on a regular basis.
Tyler Van HorneR.M.T. - Massage Therapist
Tyler is a graduate of the 3000 hour massage therapy program at Makami College where he specialized in whiplash and shoulder injuries. His interest in anatomy and wellness help to bring a unique touch to every client and treatment. Before beginning his massage therapy education Tyler participated in a number of competitive sports for much of his youth including hockey, lacrosse, ski racing, boxing & soccer.
Nuala was born and raised here in Calgary living an active and adventurous life. An unfortunate knee injury playing soccer lead to her interest in helping others in the healthcare industry. After a life-altering concussion in 2014 Nuala went back to school to completed her 3000-hour Registered Massage Therapist certificate and couldn’t be happier in her new career. Having dealt with several issues herself over the years, Nuala’s passion for natural wellness has driven her career path. Her philosophy is that not every massage should be an hour of pain, but rather get you just enough relaxed that she is able to get deeper into the tissue using therapeutic techniques.
In her spare time, Nuala does a lot of yoga, reading, and cross-stitch. She loves road trips between BC and Saskatchewan which gives her great opportunities to get outside for fishing and dirt biking.
Kristina Vaillancourt TAC, TCMDDoctor of Chinese Medicine - Acupuncturist
Kristina is a registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor. She successfully completed the 4 – year program at the ACATCM in Calgary and interned in Beijing China at the Beijing International Training Hospital.
Kristina worked as an Advanced Care Paramedic for 12 years with the City of Calgary prior to becoming interested in natural healing methods. Kristina strongly believes in the philosophy of treating the person to treat the disease and looking at each person as a whole. Kristina brings ancient wisdom into the modern environment combining acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, gua sha, and dietary advice with functional and western medicine to treat your body holistically and naturally. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can be used to treat a wide array of problems, such as anxiety, headaches, chronic pain, fertility and menstrual problems.
When not in the clinic you can find her in the mountains, hiking, camping and trail running.
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