Prior to his Master’s, Adrian attended the University of Waterloo, completing a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology where he worked as a lab assistant in the field of nutritional lipidomics. This opportunity has widened his perspectives on human longevity, concluding that a holistic approach to care is essential to well-being. Additionally, Adrian gained expertise in anatomy working as a teaching assistant for the school of Anatomy at U of W. These experiences guided his academic interests, and as a result, he finished his kinesiology degree with a double minor in nutrition and medical physiology.
Adrian now spends his days learning new concepts that assist his principles of rehabilitation and overall physical resilience. He attempts to strike a balance between strength training and manual therapy for an active approach to care that is client-driven. His hobbies include mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, and any other pursuits that get his heart rate up.
Keirstyn first realized she wanted to become a Chiropractor at the age of 14 when she sustained injuries through competitive dance. While at the University of Ottawa obtaining her Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Hons), she ran varsity cross-country and track. She continued to struggle with injuries which drove her to cross train in swimming and cycling. From there she began her athletic career in Triathlon.
Keirstyn is passionate about learning new skills and techniques from peers, mentors and continuous education. Her philosophy is educating her patients so that they are able to feel autonomous in their own health and wellness.
She believes that the collaboration between health care professionals is the key for patients to receive optimization of their health and performance in sport. Therefore she makes sure to know other providers’ techniques in order to send her patients to the right provider.
Keirstyn’s practice is patient centred and functionally based. She works through a detailed history and physical in order to find the route of the problem and come up with a personalized plan of management for each patient. Before treating her patients she makes sure to educate them on what to expect. Her treatment style includes education, mobilizations/adjustments of the spine, rehabilitation exercises, modalities, taping techniques, and soft tissue techniques including, Myofascial Release Therapy (MRT).
Jenn graduated with honours from the Ontario College of Health and Technology in 2022 and is a Registered Massage Therapist with the CMTO. With a passion for health and fitness, and an extensive background in competitive sport, Jenn understands the ins and outs of injury and its rehabilitation process.
Through her previous work as a rehab assistant, combined with her current role as a fitness coach, Jenn approaches her treatments by connecting manual therapy techniques closely with the prescribed rehab/strength and conditioning work. Jenn specializes in incorporating deep tissue techniques, myofascial release techniques, and active stretching to encourage both recovery and promote overall well-being. Jenn’s commitment to work with her client’s feedback throughout the entire session allows her to carry out a client-centered treatment that is tailored to meet every client’s specific needs.
Outside of treating, Jenn enjoys playing recreational volleyball and ultimate frisbee, as well as challenging her own athletic abilities through daily H.I.I.T and heavy strength workouts.