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The Core Health Centre Team

Dr. Rob TaylorDr. Rob Taylor, Calgary Chiropractor

Dr. Rob Taylor was born and raised in Calgary. After attending the University of Calgary he graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1989. Since then he has been in private practice in downtown Calgary at Core Health Centre. Dr. Taylor has been actively involved with the Alberta Chiropractic Association in areas of clinical proficiency testing for new grads and serving on the executive council. He enjoys an active lifestyle playing hockey, snowboarding and golf.

Dr. Mike StewartDr. Mike Stewart, Calgary Chiropractor

Dr. Stewart was born and raised in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. In 1976 he moved to Calgary to attend SAIT and graduated with a Business Administration Diploma. In 1981 Dr. Stewart was involved in a minor motor vehicle accident that left him with daily neck pain and headaches, this resulted in his first experience with a chiropractor – Dr. David Peterson. Because of this positive experience Dr. Stewart soon decided a career change was necessary and after attending the University of Calgary he and his wife moved to Toronto to attend the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. Stewart began practicing in Calgary after graduating in 1989. He began full time practice with Dr. Peterson in the Chinook Centre Clinic. In 1995 he bought into a practice in downtown Calgary that is now Core Health Centre. He spends most of his working hours at Core Health Centre but still works part time at Active Back to Health Centre in Chinook Centre. Outside of work hours Dr. Stewart spends time with his family and is actively involved in outdoor activities and various sports. As well Dr. Stewart has been blessed to use his skills in leading medical based mission teams to Guatemala and Malawi where chiropractic is a new and exciting experience to the locals. Dr. Stewart has been a reviewer for the past 15 years for the Continuing Competency Program for the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors and is also a member of the ACAC Complaints Resolution Committee and an investigator for the College.

Dr. Mike GoodDr. Mike Good, Calgary Chiropractor

Dr. Good was born and raised in Grande Prairie, Alberta. He attended the University of Alberta and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in 1995. Dr. Good then spent the next 4 years in Davenport, Iowa. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Good has also studied and applied Active Release Technique and Sport and Injury Rehab in conjunction with his Chiropractic training. Dr. Good has been practicing in downtown Calgary at Core Health Centre for the past 10 years. Dr. Good enjoys a very active lifestyle which includes hockey, mountain biking and sports conditioning training. Dr. Good also stays busy by coaching various sport teams for his three children.

Dr. Shannon FergusonDr. Shannon Ferguson, ND. Calgary Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Shannon Ferguson, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who wants to see you thrive.

Dr. Shannon Ferguson, ND was born and raised in Calgary and has always had an insatiable curiosity for health and wellness. She directed this passion into naturopathic medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto in 2016. Dr. Shannon’s background also includes a diploma in massage therapy from Foothills College of massage in 2008, and a degree in psychology and religious studies from the U of C in 2010.

Dr. Shannon believes that no two people are exactly alike or have the same symptoms for the same reasons. Each person has a unique history, life experience and genetic predisposition which must be used to inform potential treatment plans. She works with each patient to find effective and sustainable solutions for their presenting health concerns, while also seeking to treat underlying deficiencies or dysfunctions. In this way, she strives to improve one’s quality of life and reduce the likelihood of health issues in the future.

Dr. Shannon’s areas of focus include migraines, pain, injury, digestion, hormones and fertility issues. She is certified in IV therapies, acupuncture and vitamin injections. She is also certified in pain injections including prolotherapy (a tendon, joint and ligament regenerating therapy).

Outside the office Dr. Shannon also enjoys many hobbies including weightlifting, sewing, crochet, home renovations and researching future.

Kim HansenKim Hansen, Calgary Massage Therapist

Kim has been a member of Core Health since its beginning in the early 1990’s. After her graduation from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, a renowned school for Massage located in Ontario, she has consistently worked alongside doctors in Chiropractic and Naturopathic Medicine, both in Ontario and Alberta. Kim also serves as a Member and Examiner for the Board of the Massage Therapists Association of Alberta, (MTAA.) When time-away permits from the busy schedule at Core Health Centre, she enjoys traveling and participating in health science courses around the world.

Lily JobinLily Jobin, Calgary Massage Therapist

Lily is a farm girl from Northern Ontario, retired soldier, animal lover and seasoned massage therapist. From an early age Lily proved gifted in the art of palpation and took a keen interest in massage, providing informal care for her mother, who suffered chronic headaches due to a vehicle accident and subsequent whiplash disorder. Lily chose to pursue her diploma as a registered massage therapist mid-life, graduating in 2018 and has since proven highly adept in both therapeutic and deep-tissue massage. Lily comes to us with a wealth of knowledge that continues to grow as she pursues a higher education in Manual Osteopathic Therapy.  When not working or studying, Lily enjoys time spent with family and her pets, mountain biking, hiking, as well as playing darts and squash.

Amber KendalAmber Kendal, Calgary Massage Therapist (on maternity leave)

Amber is an experienced clinical massage therapist with a variety of client types. Her passion is working with athletes to rehabilitate muscles, and with active mature clients to keep their muscles fit for everyday life. Amber graduated from Mount Royal College’s Massage Therapy program in 2005. Before entering Mount Royal she spent two years at the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook BC where she took Human Kinetics (Kinesiology) and played college volleyball. Her time at the College of the Rockies added depth to her education of athletic injuries both in the class room and on the court. Amber’s Philosophy in her own words: “I believe that regular massages are a key part of a whole body wellness program. Massage Therapy allows your muscles to heal faster, eases soreness, and increase range of motion which, in turn, allows you to return to your workout routine and achieve fitness goals. Massage therapy combined with daily stretching, and an exercise decreases the affects of physical and emotional stress. Massage benefits the body by removing adhesions (knots), increasing circulation and relaxing the mind.” “I emphasize consulting with my clients to get a thorough understanding of what they want to achieve from the massage therapy sessions. Whether it be a deep tissue massage to repair muscle damage, or a relaxation massage to get over a day’s stress.”

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