Devoted. Experienced. Professional. Efficient.
Dr. Andrea Petersen
Dr. Petersen began seeing a chiropractor in Calgary at the age of 15 when she was a member of the Canadian Junior National Luge Team. She found relief from her injuries as well as improvement in her sport performance following chiropractic treatment. This was her inspiration for pursuing a career in chiropractic. She went on to study biological science at the University of Calgary, followed by the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Upon graduating, she provided locum coverage in rural Alberta, and British Columbia. She went on to open a practice in Prince George, British Columbia while she served as Director of Northern Health Region on the BC Chiropractic Association Board of Directors. She now once again resides in Calgary, a decision made to be closer to family and to provide care in the community that she grew up in.
She has a keen interest in athletics and family wellness-based care. Her specialties include manual adjusting, soft tissue techniques, Shockwave therapy, Activator and Sigma-Pro instrument techniques (gentle low-force techniques used to improve joint function and decrease pain). Her mission is to help improve people's health and wellness through evidence-informed chiropractic care and advice.
Registered Massage Therapist
Pamela is a registered massage therapist having graduated from the 2200 hours Advanced Massage Therapy diploma program at the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy. She specializes in therapeutic massage, dynamic cupping & TMJ treatment. She has recently completed her certification in RAPID Neurofascial Reset for the Upper Body and is working towards becoming a RAPID Specialist. Pam’s main focus is client care and comfort while striving to help clients reduce stress, reach and maintain optimal health and wellness.
She is originally from the east coast but grew up in Yellowknife, NT and has lived in many places across this beautiful country! When she is not practicing massage, Pam enjoys spending time with her two kiddos, family and friends. She keeps busy with a wide variety of interests including running, hiking, DIYing and an array of arts and crafts.
Registered Massage Therapist
Karen graduated from the 2200 hour program at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy (2014) and is registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC). Her interest in anatomy and physiology has led her to this exciting career.
Karen has a passion for her craft and has taken courses such as Deep Tissue Massage, Fascial Decompression (Myofascial Release) and Dynamic Cupping. As she continues on her journey as a massage therapist, she looks forward to continually expanding her education to better serve you, the client.
“I believe that everyone is unique and by taking the time to discuss your issues, I can develop a plan to best address those problem areas, but if you just want to relax and decompress, I can do that too!”
Alternative medicine has always been a part of Christopher’s life. Christopher was introduced to Chinese Medicine at the age of twelve in response to the health challenges he was experiencing. It resonated deeply, and in 2005 he graduated from the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine with Diplomas in Acupuncture and in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Chinese Medicine is interested in the two aspects of the issues that cause dis-ease - the root and the branch. Over the course of his fifteen year practice, getting to the root of the issue led him to study Ancestral and Intergenerational Trauma, completing Level 1 training in Origin Healing in 2017. Outside of his practice, Christopher is an avid home chef (with a substantial collection of hand-forged Japanese chefs knives) writer (having handwritten the Four Keys Journal with his ever expanding fountain pen collection during the 2020 lockdown) and teacher of his life’s work, the Four Keys.