Dr. Kyla Miller
Originally from BC, I attended University of Victoria for my undergraduate studies, and then continued on to Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. I graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2007, and was a member of the Sports Chiropractic Team.
I look forward to meeting you and your family, and working together along the path of health and wellness.
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My favourite part of my job is that it feels like I treat friends all day long. I love to hear about your families, workout routines, new challenges you are facing at work, trips you are planning, and activities you are participating in. I enjoy treating patients of all ages, and hearing the giggles of children after getting adjusted, working with a pregnant mom and then meeting her new baby, and listening to the stories of my “snow birds” who have returned from a winter of golfing down South.
Knowing how important chiropractic care is to my health, I continue to be adjusted every week, so I can continue to play competitive water polo, keep up with my very active dog (Wattson, an Airedale), golf, learn how to play hockey, take time out to relax and enjoy my husband’s company, and function at my best.
When I’m not at the office or the pool, I volunteer with Rotary International, working directly with international youth exchange students, helping them learn our Canadian culture, and appreciate all that Canada has to offer. For those patients who speak French, I am also bilingual, and would really appreciate being able to practice my French, so please challenge me to do so!
Dr. Linda Li
I was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Canada most of my life. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Alberta and continued my studies at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto where I graduated with a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic. In addition, I am certified in Clinical Acupuncture, Thompson Technique and Graston Techinque®.
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Growing up in a Chinese family, I have always been exposed to alternative therapy and have noticed that the body responds very well with fewer side effects. I was first introduced to chiropractic when my mom was suffering from severe back pain. Not only did chiropractic treatment helped relieve her complaint, her chronic headaches were also resolved. She no longer carries pain medication in her purse, which she had been doing for years.
During my internship, I volunteered for the CMCC Chiropractic Outreach Abroad to the Dominican Republic to provide chiropractic care to the less privileged. This experience has influenced my perception on how effective and beneficial manual therapy can be in treating a variety of different conditions.
Outside of professional practice, I enjoy baking, playing ball hockey, badminton, and swimming. Chiropractic care has been a very important part of my health in maintaining an active lifestyle. I look forward to working with you and your family to achieve optimal function and health.
Dr. Kayla Ward
I recently moved here from Newfoundland, where I was practicing as a Manual Osteopath. I obtained a B.A along with a Medical Degree (MD), that allowed me the opportunity to travel worldwide to complete my clinical rotations. This exposed me a variety of challenging health care conditions and geographically unique experiences. Wellness and health care modalities have comprised the past 11 years of my education, including becoming a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner!
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My treatments can assist anyone. I have worked on a full spectrum of individuals from infants onward. It is my passion to provide the most all-encompassing, balanced and complete care to my clients. Together with my clients, I thrive on achieving fast long-lasting results. Treatments are catered and specialized to each individual needs and lifestyle. My approach goes far beyond the session and into your daily lives and practices in order to improve not only your pain but your life, so that you can focused on living.
Manual osteopathy can treat nearly everything, the most common being TMJ, postural discomfort, joint pain, whiplash, headaches, injuries, slipped disk, arthritis, sciatica, neuralgia, frozen shoulder, sport performance, lower back pain, sinuses, carpal tunnel etc.
I guess, now when I am not treating, I will explore this beautiful province, therefore I am open to any interesting suggestions!! I will also be in search of friends for Jack my Great Dane and am always up for puppy dates!
Born and raised in Alberta, I attended Athabasca University and obtained a Master of Counselling in Counselling Psychology Degree. I went on to become a Registered Psychologist in Alberta, where I have been counselling individuals and couples, with a range of mental health challenges. I love working with people, sincerely enjoy my job, and feel honored that my clients entrust me with their stories and struggles.
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When I’m not in the office, I enjoy spending time with my family and playing basketball.
Holistic Health Coach
I could spend this short time we have together waxing on about my experience as a Holistic Health Coach, or how I’ve never been happier or prouder of the work I do, or even how I wish everyone got the chance to study at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Ongoing study and education is really important to me, focused on how best to restore gut health (ground zero for the health of your body!). Nutrition Advisor training received at the Sanoviv Medical Institute (AMAZING!) And indeed, those are all great stories, but perhaps for another time. Over a green juice, my treat.
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I started this whole, wild ride because I was just searching for ways to improve and protect my family’s health (something I’m sure everyone can relate to). Before I knew it I was elbow deep, sifting through media fear mongering, false advertising, fad diets, and a nauseating amount of just plain stupid advice.
What I needed more than anything was someone to shoot it to me straight, someone to actually help!
And so instead of looking for her, I become her.
I couldn’t have known then how much of a health nerd I would turn into, how amazing I would find the design of the human body for optimal health, or how obsessed I would become in helping others build lifestyles (and legacies) that make them truly happy and healthy.
So that’s me!
You can expect me to be consistent in sharing useful and simple information. You can count on my excitement and dedication in motivating you in exactly the ways you need. You can trust that I am results oriented, and strategic towards giving you a life of freedom (and fun!). When I’m not totally geeking out on gut health topics, you can find me camping in the Rocky Mountains with my husband of 21 years and our two fantastic kids.
Registered Massage Therapist, Reflexology/Reiki
Hello, my name is Gail Llewellyn, and I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. My family moved to Airdrie in 1980, and I have spent the last 9 years working at Central Health and Wellness. I’m looking forward to meeting, and serving you and your families in the future.
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I became very interested in energy work in the late 1990’s, particularly Reiki. I studied, and learned about this modality until I received my Master Level in Dec 2001 in the Usui lineage of Natural Healing.
This encouraged me to try my hands at some Feet! I was always fascinated with feet, and became a certified Reflexologist with the Reflexology Assoc of Canada in April 2002.
Massage therapy seemed to be the next natural progression in my journey. I studied at the University of Calgary, and graduated in April 2003. Massage has branched out into relaxation, therapeutic, pre/post natal, and for the last two years I have incorporated “Jade Stones” into my work.
Registered Massage Therapist
Sarah completed her 2200 hrs. of massage therapy in 1999 from Sir Sanford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario. She then furthered her studies by completing her Craniosacral Therapy; Advanced Massage Techniques for shoulder, cervical spine, and hip/low back; a neuromuscular muscle realignment technique called STAMINA; and more recently extended her studies to include Integrated Body Therapy TM.
She caters to clients of all ages including children, adults and seniors. Her services include a variety of massage techniques that are designed to relieve the pain and stress related to day to day living, while aiding in the rehabilitation of physical injuries.
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Sarah offers the highest quality of care to her clients. She is friendly and knowledgeable and cares about all aspects of your treatment. Sarah will customize each treatment to meet your specific needs by incorporating a variety of assessment and treatment techniques that are best suited to you as an individual.
As part of your service, Sarah will provide you with knowledge of self-administered pain management techniques such as stretching and strengthening exercises and the use of heat or cold therapy, which will help you get the most out of each treatment.Sarah’s practice is dedicated to improving the general well being of all her clients.
Registered Massage Therapist
Born and raised in Calgary, I grew up participating in a lot of sports such as ballet, horseback riding, wrestling, rugby, and swimming. I have always enjoyed helping people which led me into the wonderful world of massage therapy.
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My journey in the massage world started at Makami College with the 3000 hour program. I enjoy assisting people in learning more about their body and how they can live a healthy, fun life while preventing pain and injury.
Outside of massage I enjoy spending time being active and working with my 3 horses.
Registered Massage Therapist
I grew up in a small community located East of Calgary and recently moved to Airdrie. I thought it would be a great place to live and raise my 10 year old son. I previously worked in a Chiropractic office in Drumheller for 4 years and enjoyed the clinical setting.
The human body and it’s natural ability to heal has always intrigued me, so I knew that I wanted a career with healing focus.
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I complete my 1000 hour program for Massage Therapy from Medicine Hat College in 2003 and furthered my education in 2013, obtaining my 2200 hour diploma. Craniosacral, Thai massage and hot stone are a few of the other modalities I’m trained on.
Health and fitness plays a big role in my life. Staying active and maintaining a balanced lifestyle are important to me.
I look forward to working with and getting to know you and your family.
Registered Massage Therapist
Originally from a small town, I grew up on a ranch in the Foothills of Southern Alberta. I graduated from the University of Calgary in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Communications & Culture. I pursued a career within the marketing and advertising sector of the corporate world for 7 years before reverting back to my true passion of alternative and holistic health.
I quit my job and went back to school, graduating from the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, in Calgary with 2200 hours from their Western & Eastern (WE) Integrated Massage program.
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My skills include:
- Swedish Massage
- Deep tissue Massage
- Therapeutic massage
- Tui Na Massage
- Hydrotherapy (including hot & cold stones)
- Myofacial cupping
- Chinese glass cupping
- Auricular therapy
My holistic knowledge and strong belief for overall health and wellness is applied to each client using a combination of my skills.
When I’m not working, I maintain a very active lifestyle ranching with my husband. In between the busy seasons of calving cows, haying, silage and the daily workings of ranch life, I also love to run, snowshoe, and hike.
I provide direct billing for the following insurance companies:
- AB Blue Cross
- Chambers of Commerce Groups of Insurance Plan
- Desjardins Insurance
- Great-West Life
- iA Financial Group
- Johnston Group
- Maximum Benefit
- Sun Life Financial
Dan was born and raised on the West Island of Montreal. Early in life he realized that physical fitness was an integral part of living a happy, healthy lifestyle. He then moved down the “401” to St. Catharines, Ontario where he balanced numerous sporting activities with playing music, school and work. Currently Dan has found his home in Calgary and is enjoying his 18th year in Alberta.
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Through sports Dan gained first-hand experience of physical injuries and how these injuries can affect your lifestyle. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Ottawa, Dan spent two years studying Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University which gave him further understanding of how the body compensates for injury and helped him gain further knowledge of the mechanisms of injury.
Married to his wife Nicole, Family activities with their son Curtis certainly brings excitement and busy lifestyle. I enjoy being active, whether it be walking our dog, hiking or skating.
Dan has been the Director of The Gaitway for over 15 years, developing a treatment approach which combines accurate assessment of movement patterns with prevention and correction utilizing Custom Prescription orthotics.
Ontario is my original home. My husband and I settled in small town Fergus and raised our two children. Work brought us to Alberta ten years ago and shortly after I joined the Central Health team. Outside of work I enjoy the outdoors, keeping active at the rec center and love watching Knights lacrosse. You will find me at the front desk Tuesday through Thursday where I am happy to welcome familiar and new faces to the clinic.
Sarah has been a part of the Central Health team since 2012. Sarah lives in Crossfield with her husband and 3 children. With a passion in local history, Sarah volunteers for the Chinook Country Historical Society, Historic Calgary Week and the McDougall Stoney Mission Society.
Born and raised in Airdrie, I enjoy playing hockey and being active in the community. With a strong sense of family, helping and caring for others comes naturally. I completed my Medical Office Assistant Diploma in April, and have been with Central Health ever since.
Tara Collin is a Certified Athletic Therapist who maintains her professional standing with the CATA (Canadian Athletic Therapists Association) and the AATA (Alberta Athletic Therapists Association). She completed her undergraduate’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary in 2010 and the Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy program from Mount Royal University in 2011. During the 2010-2011 hockey season Tara completed her field and clinical practicum at Edge School for Athletes, she was then hired by Edge to be a team therapist. Over the past 7 hockey seasons she has worked with their Bantam and Midget hockey teams. She has also work lacrosse with the Rocky View Jr B Silvertips for the past two seasons.
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