Krunal utilizes manual therapy, exercise prescription, patient education, functional dry needling and taping techniques to correct movement patterns that lead to injury. He has a special interest in hip, knee and shoulder rehabilitation, particularly in the sports community. Krunal equips to provide enhanced patient care where he has developed skills in the orthopedic, cardiac and surgical units at the University of Alberta Hospital.
Ritesh strongly believes in the patient-centered approach. He treats acute and chronic orthopedic conditions along with sports injuries with various treatment techniques including manual therapy, exercises prescription and intramuscular stimulation(IMS). Ritesh places a strong emphasis on educating his clients about injury and treatment plan.
I finished my Diploma of Acupuncture with Distinction in June 2018. Since October I have been working at a clinic in Wetaskiwin expanding my skills and patient care. My focus is on treating the body holistically and getting to the root of the problem. Stress has such an impact on our bodies therefore I like to focus on both emotional and physical aspects of my patients. I am skilled in needling, cupping, Gua Sha and electro-acupuncture and utilize them in my treatments. I love getting to know my patients and helping them become the healthiest version of themselves- balanced and restored!
Registered Massage Therapist
Michelle is a 2200 hour certified RMT. She will be graduating from the Makami College 3000 hour Massage program. She is a member and in good standing with the Certified Registered Massage Therapist Association of Alberta – CRMTA.
Michelle chose a career in Massage Therapy to foster the healing power of touch. She truly believes in showing kindness and caring for others, making a difference, and providing a positive impact in others quality of life.
An inquisitive person with a drive for knowledge in holistic therapy practice, she is constantly striving to add new modalities to her practice. Clients who book with her can look forward to open communication and education on what techniques she uses, recommended aftercare and why it is beneficial.
Registered Massage Therapist
Nicole studied massage therapy at Grant MacEwan College in 2006-2008 and has been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist for 11 years in Edmonton. She is passionate about helping others and educating her clients about injury care and prevention. Since graduation Nicole has studied Gary Schweiter’s deep tissue therapy basic and advanced courses, maternal massage, infant massage and dynamic cupping. Nicole will be completing her certification as a Intraoral TMJ massage therapist July 2019.
I am currently a student at the University of Alberta taking my Bachelor of Kinesiology and am planning on going into Physiotherapy after I complete my degree. In my spare time, I enjoy playing sports and I am an assistant coach for a junior girls volleyball team. I love to be involved in the community as a volunteer involved in many different settings, and my goals and aspirations are to travel the world one day with my family and friends. I genuinely enjoy helping others and am looking forward to being able to improve the physical health and well-being of individuals in my community