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Healing Happens Here!

Chiropractic

Chiropractic care restores optimal function and balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system thereby allowing for improved brain – body communication and subsequent improvement in one’s physiology. When a patient’s physiology is optimized – inflammation is often reduced thereby lessening discomfort.


Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy employs a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles, decrease inflammation and improve range of motion.


Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a primary health care that focuses on natural interventions to support your bodies own ability to heal.


Acupuncture

Through the holistic approach of Acupuncture, the whole body is "balanced" to restore health. Acupuncture is also extremely effective in relieving any type of pain anywhere and to promote healing.

Please note* Acupuncture with Dr. Scott Dainty will be billed through naturopathic coverage.


Psychology

A psychologist focuses on biological, emotional, psychological, social and behavioral aspects of a person’s life in order to understand and alleviate mental health concerns and relationship difficulties.

Dr. John Scott is a highly experienced and extensively trained chiropractor based in Calgary, Alberta. He received his degree from the prestigious Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario, where he underwent rigorous training in the field of chiropractic care. With over 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. John has established himself as a top-tier practitioner in his field.

Dr. John’s approach to treatment is comprehensive and multi-faceted, which has resulted in a “good to excellent” patient satisfaction rate of 98%.

In addition to chiropractic adjustments, Dr. John also utilizes dietary modifications, exercise prescriptions, orthotics, and supplementation as part of his treatment plans. This approach has led to countless success stories, with patients experiencing a reduction in pain and an improvement in their overall quality of life.

Dr. John specializes in the treatment of neck injuries, auto accident whiplash trauma, headaches, and repetitive strain concerns. He takes a personalized approach to each patient, taking the time to listen to their concerns and develop an individualized treatment plan tailored to their specific needs.

What sets Dr. John apart is his genuine care and concern for his patients. He goes above and beyond to ensure that each patient receives the best possible care, taking the time to explain their treatment options and answer any questions they may have.

Scheduling an appointment with Dr. John is simple and convenient - our friendly staff at the Chiropractic Center for Health in Calgary will be happy to assist you in finding an appointment time that works for you.

With Dr. John’s top-tier education, extensive clinical experience, and patient-centered approach, you can rest assured that you are in the best hands for your chiropractic care needs. Experience the relief and improved quality of life that so many of his patients have already discovered. Book an appointment with Dr. John Scott today.

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EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH CARE As a collegiate/university hockey player, I was constantly putting my body through rigorous training and physical poundings. Unlike most of my colleagues, who suffered from many ailments like back, neck and knee pain, I was able to enjoy my athletic career relatively pain free. I had always attributed that to my being a chiropractic patient.

That is how I chose chiropractic as a career, I saw the results first hand. Not only did chiropractic care help me play relatively pain free, it also helped me play at my best. You could say that I was inspired to become a Chiropractor solely on the results chiropractic had on me.

“I chose chiropractic as a career because I saw the results first hand. Not only did chiropractic care help me enjoy my athletic career relatively pain free, but it also helped me play at my best.”

  • Dr. Ross Jeske

Chiropractic Education

After graduating from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Physical Education degree, majoring in athletic therapy, I attended Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, Georgia. I decided that after living in Alberta, Canada all of my life, if I was going to move somewhere to go to school, it had better be hot, and nothing sounded hotter to me than Hotlanta!!!!!!!

At our chiropractic office in Calgary, we understand that every patient is different. Thus, we try our best to communicate with each and every individual; the cause of their problem, what type of care would be best appropriate for their particular condition, as well as lifestyle changes that would benefit not only their condition but improve their overall health and well being. If your condition is not something chiropractic can help, we will refer to where you need to go.

OUTSIDE THE OFFICE When I am not at work, my wife and I are actively involved in our children’s activities. That is usually a lot considering we have four very active children. Like the many families that we treat at our office; myself, my wife and our children are also patients at our office.

I enjoy leading an active lifestyle; playing hockey once a week, lifting weights and running as well. I receive chiropractic adjustments every other week to maintain my active lifestyle and as well as prevent me from injuring myself at work or at home.

I consider myself an excellent listener and hope I get the opportunity to meet you in person and discuss your specific health challenges.

EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH CARE As a collegiate/university hockey player, I was constantly putting my ... Read More

EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH CARE My journey began growing up in a chiropractic family where my father (Dr. Kevin D’Amico) also practiced Chiropractic Care here in Calgary. Being brought up in this type of atmosphere, the health and wellness path caught my eye. When I was a young boy, as boys do, I had several injuries. Lucky enough for me, my dad was there to take care of me during these crazy times. As I grew older and saw the health benefits that chiropractic provided I knew this was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. This is how and why I chose to become a chiropractor and led me to practice in Calgary at Chiropractic Center for Health.

I feel the best way to achieve a healthy lifestyle is to follow a C.R.E.A.D., this means Chiropractic treatment, adequate Rest, regular Exercise, a positive Attitude and a healthy Diet.”

  • Dr. Aaron D’Amico

CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION Dr. Aaron D’Amico achieved his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. While at Mount Royal University, he also obtained his Minor in Chemistry and aided in a research publication. He then went on to pursue his dream of becoming a Chiropractor and attended Palmer West Chiropractic College in San Jose, California. Here his advanced education reinforced his belief of the amazing and wonderful outcomes that chiropractic could achieve.

Dr. Aaron is a hands-on kind of chiropractor who does specialised soft tissue work as well as adjustments. Here he is certified in other chiropractic modalities such as Active Release Technique®, Instrument assisted soft tissue massage (Gavilán®) and taping.

During Dr. Aaron’s training, he volunteered his time and services with many sports related events throughout the California area helping athletes optimally perform in their events. Some of these included:

San Jose University Rugby team. Santa Cruz, California Surfers Path Marathon. Monterey, California Sea Otter Classic bike competition. San Jose, California Turkey Trot Marathon. San Francisco, California Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon. OUTSIDE THE OFFICE To help pay for his education, he worked in the labor and trade industries. This has given him immense respect for those that dedicate themselves to these professions.

Currently you can find Dr. Aaron watching his Calgary Flames in action or playing hockey as a defencemen on the ice. He also enjoys Snowboarding, playing squash, soccer, or going hiking with family and friends. Because of the very active lifestyle Dr. Aaron leads he gets weekly adjustments to help maintain his healthy lifestyle.

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I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Calgary before pursuing my chiropractic education at Palmer West in San Jose, California. During my chiropractic education, I gained an appreciation for human biomechanics while studying how everything from our muscles to our nervous system works together, allowing us to perform meaningful movements.

My professional philosophy revolves around patient-centered care and patient empowerment. I believe in educating my patients about their condition and teaching them how to maintain care for themselves outside of chiropractic treatment. This typically involves teaching my patients about their complaint and why it may present the way it does. I believe the best outcomes are achieved by collaborating with my patients. I will do my best to develop a treatment plan that best aligns with my patients lifestyle.

When not in the office, I try my best to maintain an active lifestyle with my family and friends. My interests range from playing basketball and hockey year-round, to hitting the mountains whether it be for snowboarding down monster slopes, or hiking to climb the highest peaks that our beautiful region has to offer. Most of all, my favorite thing to do is eat good food with my favorite cuisines being Japanese and Korean, but I’m very open-minded so bring me all your go-to spots for good eats!

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Jordan specializes in headache and migraine relief and upper body injuries. Jordan understands the poor posture can be a huge problem in todays world and has a treatment plan designed to reform a proper posture.

Jordan is originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, where he studied his 2200hr massage therapy course at Western College, graduating in 2017. Jordan has a big heart for sports, and enjoys following professional sports in NHL and NFL. Jordan has been in Calgary for nearly a year and plans on calling this city his home!

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I was born in Calgary and raised in Cochrane. When my brother dislocated his knee I found my interest in massage to help individuals. I finished Mount Royal University’s 2200 Hour Massage Therapy program in July 2020, which taught me extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal injuries.

I am passionate about helping individuals with chronic or acute injuries as well as athletic injuries. I care deeply for all my clients mental and physical health as I believe massage can also impact an individual’s mental state greatly.

I specialize in Swedish, athletic, and deep tissue massage. Some techniques I am passionate about are myofascial release, trigger point therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, and manual lymph drainage.

In my free time I love to read, spend time with my corgi dogs, go skating, and spend time with my family.

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” Raymond graduated from Mount Royal University’s 2200 Hour Massage Therapy Program and is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Alberta (MTAA).

Raymond’s interest in massage therapy ignited after a long list of injuries began after he started powerlifting. Now understanding the importance of unrestricted movement, he maintains a clear focus on providing high-quality massages to help and educate his clients to achieve their goals.

He specializes in Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Therapeutic and General Relaxation massages primarily on the upper back, shoulder and neck, but is widely versatile with working on other areas of the body. Raymond is also certified in Dynamic Cupping and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM).

When he’s not working, Raymond enjoys powerlifting, rock climbing, hiking, and mountaineering.

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Jordan strives to provide her clients with relief from muscle pain and tension, improving range of motion and joint health, while enhancing her client’s quality of life using evidence based therapeutic massage therapy techniques. Jordan takes on a client centered approach with individualized treatment plans to suit every client’s individual needs and goals.

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Michele is an Alberta girl, born and raised in small towns, landing in Calgary in 2000. She has been practicing massage therapy since 1998 after graduating from Alberta Institute of Massage in Red Deer.

Massage therapy is a very rewarding career, and she loves treating clients, helping in the process of one’s optimum health. In her practice she provides Swedish, pre-natal, reflexology, and myofacial cupping techniques.

She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter camping, hiking, and downhill skiing. Traveling is a passion and has been to the Mediterranean, Europe, Mexico, Cuba, New Zealand, Australia, US and Fiji. Other passions are chocolate, baking, and yoga..

Michele is a positive thinker and you will rarely see her without a smile on her face.

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Alejandra has been a registered massage Therapist since 2015 with 3000 hours experience in Advanced clinical massage program and is a member of the Certified Registered Massage Therapist Association of Alberta ( CRMTA).

Ale is trained in a wide variety of techniques such as . -Myo-Fascia Dynamic Cupping -Active stretching and cupping therapy -Deep tissue -Trigger point -Hot Stone -Cross fiber friction technique -Swedish massage - relaxation -Therapeutic massage

Ale is originally from Colombia and she loves meeting new clients and working with them to improve their health.

Ale enjoys spending time with her family , traveling around the world , fitness , taking her dog for long walks , trying new restaurant & practicing yoga.

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Joyce was born in Medicine Hat and moved to Calgary at a young age- embracing the big city that she now calls home! After graduating high school, she spent some time working in the automobile industry, however she always knew that her true passion lay in the health care industry. After contemplating the many career options, her heart was won over by Massage Therapy.

Since graduating with a 2200 hour diploma from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy she feels knowledgeable and ecstatic to excel within a career she now considers her number one passion. Joyce greatly values self care- specifically when it comes to natural remedies, such as massage therapy, which she has found to be an excellent tool to help not only herself, but all individuals. She understands the importance of caring for your body and mind to ensure you can carry on with your daily life at your absolute best. It is her belief that Massage Therapy is the real deal; to calm your mind, decrease stress, target common aches, assist in recovery from injuries and treat chronic pain. To achieve these benefits Joyce uses a variety of techniques in her practice including general relaxation, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release.

In her spare time she enjoys yoga, hiking, cooking, reading and spending time with friends and family.

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Dela embarked on learning different healing modalities in the mid 90’s, graduating with directors honors from the Alberta Institute of Massage in 2001. Since then Dela has maintained a deep passion for therapeutic work and continues to learn new skills. Some of these skills include: Swedish Massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point, sports massage, cranial sacral therapy, doula, pre-natal, baby & young children massage, reflexology, reiki master and working with special needs clients. When not working Dela and her husband enjoy a full family life. Down time includes camping, cooking, motor biking, gardening, crocheting, playing with her grand-babies, piano and is now taking guitar lessons.

Dela’s work is done with years of experience, knowledge and compassion.

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EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH CARE Growing up in a big family, I was always around other kids and babies, lots of babies! I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I knew it would involve babies. Naturally, this love of babies grew into a love for bellies and all things pregnancy.

I attended the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and completed my Honours Bachelor of Health Science degree, with a specialization in Kinesiology. Learning how the body works, and what it is capable of, was fascinating. That’s why, in my 3rd year of University, when a professor was teaching Anatomy, I had to find out how she knew so much about the body, and with such ease and detail. To my surprise, she said she was a chiropractor. I had no idea what a chiropractor was or what they did but I quickly found out! Researching this amazing profession was incredible. This was my first introduction to Chiropractic - at 22 years old - but I knew immediately, this is what I was meant to do. So I booked myself in for my first adjustment to experience first hand, the body’s ability to self-heal. The relief I felt was amazing and over the next few days I also noticed improved sleep and digestion.

CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION I knew there was so much more to learn and was eager to start this new adventure at The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. I encountered a bit of a road block when in my 3rd year of chiropractic school, my husband Mory and I were surprised with the pregnancy of our first daughter, Maliyah. At the same time, we experienced some immigration difficulties and my husband had to leave Canada until his permanent residency was approved - an estimated 2 years. So here we were, married and expecting our first baby, but we were separated by thousands of miles. I was not going to raise our baby alone but I didn’t want to give up on becoming a chiropractor. It was during this time, when I experienced how necessary a Mother’s Village was. It was incredible how my family, friends, classmates and roommates helped me throughout my pregnancy and for 2 months of Mama-hood. It’s something I’ll never forget. I also received amazing care from both faculty and students throughout my pregnancy - as chiropractic care was necessary to keep my body in alignment and my nervous system in check (to say I was stressed, was only the tip of the iceberg). It was the best case in an unfortunate scenario.

So after completing my exams, we moved to the Caribbean to be together as a family. We had an amazing time living as locals on the island - Maliyah basically growing up on the beach in her cloth diapers. However, after the year off, Maliyah and I had to return to Canada, without my husband, so I could begin my clinic year at CMCC. This was incredibly difficult but I still wanted to be a Chiropractor. I came back to My Village and once again, they helped me until my husband was approved for his permanent residency a few months later. And just as we thought life was settling down, it got slightly complicated, again. We were surprised with the pregnancy of our second daughter, Rokeiyah, and my due date was 2 weeks after graduation, but I was determined. I graduated from CMCC Cum Laude and with Clinic Honours. It wasn’t easy but with the help of My Village and the support of my husband, I did it!

Since graduating, I have been practicing and providing chiropractic care for many families in Calgary, from babies to grandparents, with a special interest in perinatal and pediatric care. When working with your family, I promise to put my heart and soul into your care - I love what I do and I want to understand your goals in order to meet your needs.

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Amanda is a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta with a Master of Counselling degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She provides individual counselling services to youth (13+) and adults, and offers in person appointments and telehealth psychology.

With years of experience working with the local Calgary community, Amanda’s clinical practice is guided by her belief that therapy is a collaborative effort that stems from the initiative of both the client and the therapist. Amanda focuses on creating an atmosphere that is both welcoming and safe for all individuals from diverse backgrounds and is LGBTQ+ affirming. She believes that all individuals have the capacity to grow from their current circumstances and tailors her approach to meet her client’s specific needs and goals.

Amanda uses an integrative therapeutic approach that utilizes interventions informed from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), attachment-based therapy and family systems therapy. Amanda is also trained in providing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy for the treatment of trauma.

With a special interest in working with youth, Amanda understands the complexities of adolescence and the various pressures that today’s society imposes on young individuals. Amanda’s areas of focus include but are not limited to:

• Addiction

• Anxiety

• Attachment trauma

• Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

• Chronic illness

• Depression

• Domestic violence

• Eating disorders

• Emotional dysregulation

• Existential crisis

• Grief and loss

• Interpersonal relationship distress

• Marital Conflict

• Parent-child relationships

• Personal growth

• Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

• Self-esteem

• Self-harm

• Stress

• Suicidal ideation

When not at the clinic Amanda can be found spending time with her family and friends, participating in a local volleyball league, and pampering her rescue dog.

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Melanie Mercer has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine for 17 years. Upon completing her degree at The Academy of Classical Sciences she took a special interest in fertility and reproductive health and has worked with many families to assist in healthy pregnancies, deliveries and postpartum recoveries. Having worked so closely creating families, pediatrics has naturally become a welcome part of her practice. The child of a medical doctor, Melanie has always had an interest in health and wellness. She believes strongly in an integrated approach to healthcare, and is deeply committed to her patient’s overall physical and emotional well-being. Melanie has a thriving general practice in addition to her specialties. Some common treatments include: headaches and migraines, digestive issues, sleep issues, women’s health, and anxiety and depression.

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Chad is a graduate of Mh Vicars School of Massage Therapy with an affinity towards myofascial release and joint play techniques. Chad also incorporates swedish massage, active inhibition, trigger point release, transverse frictions, and manual lymphatic drainage if required. Having spent several years working in labour and trade industries, Chad’s journey into self-care drew him to massage as a method for sharing his knowledge while realizing his passion for helping others with their own issues. With a knack for treating postural dysfunctions, a holistic approach to wellbeing is fundamental to Chad’s treatment planning.

Understanding the importance of a well formulated treatment plan, Chad incorporates in-person treatments with a well developed home-care routine. Collaboration is imperative to developing a plan that works for his clients. Applying this fundamental approach while providing education along the way, Chad encourages his clients to take an active role in their treatment.

Chad is originally from southern Ontario, and has been in Calgary for nearly a decade. He enjoys spending his time hiking, exercising, biking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

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Dr. Scott is a licensed naturopath doctor. Prior to pursuing a career as a naturopathic doctor, he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from San Diego State University and a Masters of Science from Wilfred Laurier University where he studied and authored research on low back pain relating to biomechanics of various occupations. He then went on to complete his naturopathic medical schooling in Toronto at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Dr. Scott has extensive knowledge and education in sports medicine and pain management. He has significant training in prolotherapy, acupuncture, ozone therapy and IV (intravenous) therapy.

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Dr. Amber Knott is a naturopathic doctor with a passion for lifestyle and mindset medicine. Her style of practice focuses on finding and removing the root cause of symptoms, followed by a strong focus in personalized lifestyle approaches to help you thrive.

Identifying the root cause of symptoms plays a major role in Amber’s practice, in some cases where answers are needed discussing functional lab testing through blood work, stool testing, hormonal testing, organic acids and others may be discussed. Amber utilizes therapeutic nutrition and exercise, nutraceuticals, botanical medicine and nutrient injections in her care.

Once underlying obstacles are addressed, Amber focuses in lifestyle overhauls to help you optimize your health and your life with a solid health foundation. Changing your lifestyle is difficult, Amber utilizes the crucial role mindset plays in approaching these changes with confidence through personalized diet, movement, sleep, mindfulness and life-balance planning.

When to work with Dr. Amber:

Digestive concerns: constipation, diarrhea, IBS, food sensitivities, acid reflux Integrative mental health: anxiety, depression, ADHD Chronic stress: fatigue, burnout, insomnia, weight changes Hormonal health: weight changes, menopause, PMS, pre- and post-natal care, adrenal and thyroid conditions Pediatrics: ASD, ADHD, asthma, allergies, eczema, acne Preventative medicine: diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, disease prevention and health optimization Authored content

Amber is the creator of the online course Mindset Medicine, which focuses on mindset shifts to support creating life-changing health habits. She regularly uses course content in patient care appointments to help you reach your goals. She is also the author of Conscious Cooking, an ebook with 50 plant-focused recipes that she also often shares with patients to inspire healthy eating habits.

Education & Registration

After completing her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with a minor in Human Nutrition from the University of Waterloo, she completed her Doctor of Naturopathy at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Amber is registered with the College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta, the Alberta Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

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Natalie became a massage therapist in 2004 and spent most of her career right here at the Chiropractic Center for Health. She specializes in treatment based intuitive therapy and can also offer reiki healing and myofascial cupping. In 2019 she earned her Nursing Diploma and currently works part time as a Cardiac Nurse. She enjoys time at home with her family, working in her yard, walking the dog, or cooking up delicious things to eat. She’s happy to be back at the clinic and can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces!

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Sara was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario until the age of 15. After several moves with her family (Halifax, NS, Edmonton, AB & Beaumont, AB) she settled in Calgary Alberta. It was here in Calgary where she graduated from Mount Royal College with her certificate in Massage Therapy. Growing up, Sara was very active. She started with gymnastics, then into figure skating. With her family having a swimming pool, there was no keeping her out in the summer. Along with swimming, Sara enjoys traveling, hockey and cross country skiing.

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