Dr. Miranda Moen, obtained her Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in May 2001 and then continued her education at Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Moen graduated with the clinical excellence award for her knowledge of patient care, case management and clinical knowledge. She is registered as a Chiropractor and member of the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors.
Dr. Moen believes that one’s health can be enhanced through natural medicine and an active healthy lifestyle. When not at the clinic Dr. Moen can be found spending time with her husband and son in the mountains. They are always active as a family, skiing, running and doing water sports.
Dr. Moen is passionate about encouraging her patients to live an active lifestyle!
Your first visit with Dr. Moen will be about 45 minutes. Once the initial new patient paperwork is complete, Dr. Moen will take you into the treatment room. Your visit will begin with a detailed interview/history and then a physical examination. Treatment will be dependent on the patient’s current complaints and what is clinically indicated. You will have ample opportunity to ask questions and discuss different treatment options.
Dr. Moen adjusts diversified (with her hands) and using the drop table. She also uses physical therapy modalities; ultrasound and electrotherapy. Many of Dr. Moen's patients will have a massage before or after adjustments. Dr. Moen not only treats spinal conditions but also extremities.
Dr. Moen's focus is on providing the highest standard of patient care. Our goal is to keep you healthy and happy!
Dr. Sarah Gajecki obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. Prior to becoming a Chiropractor, Dr. Gajecki completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Queen's University in Kingston. Dr. Gajecki is certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and has additional certifications in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Athletic Movement Assessment, Movement Assessment and Palpation and Integrated Patterning. Throughout her education, Dr. Gajecki has also been a trainer for hockey teams, providing sideline care on the bench and therapy before and after games.
Dr. Gajecki strives to empower her patients to be active participants in their health and educates them on the benefits of not only being active but moving well, whether it be in athletic movement or in activities of daily living. Outside of her practice, Dr. Gajecki enjoys running with her dog, hiking and weight lifting.
Dr. Gajecki believes that manual therapy is an important part of multidisciplinary care and can be used to reduce pain, treat injuries and improve function She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques in treatment including chiropractic manipulation of the spine and extremities, contemporary medical acupuncture, instrument assisted soft tissue therapy, functional movement assessment, injury rehabilitation and patient education. Treatment will vary depending on the condition being treated and individual patient preferences.