DR. MATTHEW SHEPPARD
Dr. Matthew Sheppard graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2012 and has been serving his community ever since. Matthew grew up in Calgary and always had an interest in the health care system and chiropractic was a natural calling to him. "When a patient is under my care, I want to give them the best quality treatments every time. If I don't see results quickly then we will change the treatment plan or if I can't help you I will give you my best recommendations of who to see or what to do next". Dr. Sheppard does full body adjustments and specializes in soft tissue techniques such as Muscle Release Therapy (MRT) and Graston. You can always email Dr. Sheppard personally at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are have any questions or concerns such as rehab exercises, supplements and/or orthotics.
Registered Massage Therapist/ Certified Laser Technician
I was first introduced to Massage Therapy/Therapeutic Bodywork training while working in California training horses in the early 90’s. Originally this training was taken to help my riding students achieve higher performance levels, and of course to work out some of the aches and pains associated with that level of riding and competition.
This training, combined with my specialty of healing abused and damaged horses eventually morphed into starting one of the first Therapeutic Riding Programs in Alberta, and later into Equine Assisted Learning programs.
Over the years, the horse training has taken second place to my Massage practice, which has been my full time priority for over 10 years. During this time, I have taken many courses and additional certifications to upgrade and add more ‘tools’ to my tool belt, and include advanced training in: Aromatherapy, Hot Stone Massage, LILT (Cold) Laser therapy, R.A.P.I.D. Adhesion Release Technique, Therapeutic Cupping, Trigger Point Therapy, Gau Sha (like Graston), Reiki and coming soon, Low Intensity Light Therapy (cold laser).
Although my specialty is Intense Deep Tissue therapy and Sports Massage, most recently I have begun the process of training in Clinical Somatic Education, to become a certified Somatics Practitioner and Educator. This gentle practice transcends the solely physical to re-habituate the mind/body connection to alleviate the Sensory Motor Amnesia and the resulting chronic pain, that so many of us suffer from.
I look forward to combining all of these treatment tools to help you live your most pain free and ‘ageless’ life possible!
When not in the clinic you will find me spending time with my two beautiful grown children or with my equine friends – because the world does look better from the back of a horse!!
Registered Massage Therapist
Over the past 10 years, I have been professionally dedicated to restoring mobility and recovering health & wellness for clients.
I specialize in different kinds of massage treatment methods including Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep tissue, Myofascial, Hot stone, Dynamic cupping and Trigger point release, as well as other massage techniques for both relaxation and therapeutic purposes in treating everyday pains and aches, from headaches to overall muscular tension.
It is my passion to help my clients to meet their goals and return to their normal activities pain-free. I am so proud that I have successfully addressed some patients’ long-term pain, stress, fatigue, car accident injuries or sports injuries like frozen shoulder, low back pain, arthritis, migraine, plantar fasciitis, and so on.
I will strive to support you on your journey of restoring optimal health.
Shana has over 30 years experience combining traditional Chinese and Western Medicines. While in China, she held positions as an Internal Medicine Specialist and Infectious Disease Specialist.
Shana takes great care in taking the time to understand people’s lifestyle, diet, activities, and possible stressors to identify potential underlying causes to health concerns.
Sachleen graduated (BPT) from Kurukshetra University, India in 2010. Sachleen is a registered physiotherapist with Physiotherapy Alberta – College and Association and also a member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
In clinical practice, her treatment philosophy includes using manual therapy to reduce pain, restore joint mechanics followed by muscle retraining and motor control strategies to correct movement dysfunction. She has been treating MVA’s, Back Pain, Shoulder/Knee injuries, Work-Place related injuries, Sports injuries etc. She provides individualized, one-on-one treatment and develops exercise programs geared towards the level and goals of the patient. Sachleen’s focus is unwavering on the needs of her patients. Education, experience, and an analytical mind is what sets her apart.